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N-UNCOUNT 自豪；得意 Pride is a feeling of satisfaction which you have because you or people close to you have done something good or possess something good.
...the sense of pride in a job well done...
We take pride in offering you the highest standards...
N-UNCOUNT 尊严；自尊；自尊心 Pride is a sense of the respect that other people have for you, and that you have for yourself.
Davis had to salvage his pride...
It was a severe blow to Kendall's pride.
N-UNCOUNT 骄傲；傲慢 Someone's pride is the feeling that they have that they are better or more important than other people.
His pride may still be his downfall.
VERB 为…感到自豪；对…感到得意 If you pride yourself on a quality or skill that you have, you are very proud of it.
Smith prides himself on being able to organise his own life...
Doyle prides himself on his accuracy.
N-COUNT （狮）群 A pride of lions is a group of lions that live together.
PHRASE 引以为豪的人（或事物） Someone or something that is your pride and joy is very important to you and makes you feel very happy.
The bike soon became his pride and joy.
PHRASE 首要地位；最重要的地位 If something takes pride of place, it is treated as the most important thing in a group of things.
A three-foot-high silver World Championship cup takes pride of place near a carved wooden chair...
The manifesto gives pride of place to job creation.
PHRASE 放下自尊；忍气吞声；放下架子 If you swallow your pride, you decide to do something even though you think it will cause you to lose some respect.
No doubt his old mother would now swallow her pride and go and live with Gladys.