Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Pride"

The meaning of "Pride" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does you don't have to play shrink To protect your pride. mean?
A: a shrink is another word for a therapist therefore this saying refers to someone who is prideful and plays the part of a therapist by telling others what’s wrong with them and bringing them down because they are too prideful to admit that they have problems as well by doing this they feel like they are protecting themselves by hurting others and pointing out their flaws which makes them feel better about themselves this phrase is not very common though i have never heard anyone say it. but that’s basically what it means hope this helps!
Q: What does swallow your pride mean?
A: You need to swallow your pride in order to master a skill.
Q: What does pride all the way mean?
A: But don't overdose on it. Pride can lead to the worst choice in your life. To never take the chance to reconcile a friendship that should have meant the world to keep.
Q: What does 'give pride something' mean?
A: You really made something proud
Q: What does pride mean?
A: orgullo

Example sentences using "Pride"

Q: Please show me example sentences with pride.
A: He’s got too much pride, but I can see right through him. She swallowed her pride and told him how she felt. You’ve got a little too much pride for your own good. He prides himself on being able to read between the lines. My pride sometimes prevents me from asking for help.
Q: Please show me example sentences with pride.
A: thank you!!
Q: Please show me example sentences with pride.
A: He wore his uniform with pride. She introduced her father with pride. He had so much pride in him that it made him appear arrogant.
Q: Please show me example sentences with take pride in/on. be proud of.
A: (I don't think "take pride on" is correct.) I take pride in my career. I always do my best for my customers. John takes pride in his house. He keeps it clean and well maintained. Elsa takes pride in her ability to comfort people. She is a good listener and an affectionate friend. I took pride in being the inventor of instant ramen. Eli takes no pride in his appearance. He always looks like a slob! Carlos doesn't take pride in his family heritage. He lied about where his ancestors came from, because he was embarrassed. I don't take pride in being rich. I have lots of money, but I'm not a snob. Even pigs take pride in their hygiene. They are actually very clean animals. Why don't you ever take pride in your artwork? I'd love to see some of it, but you won't let anyone!

Synonyms of "Pride" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between pride and proud ?
A: Pride is a noun Proud is a verb e.g. I am proud of you. I take pride in my work. She is proud of her children. She has pride for her children. Does this help?
Q: What is the difference between pride and proud ?
A: proud is an adjective and pride is a noun. my pride is hurt (replace pride with another noun like dog, my dog is hurt, it still makes sense.) I am proud. the proud dog. replace proud with another adjective like happy, it still makes sense.
Q: What is the difference between pride and vanity. ?
A: If i am 'vain' then that means i look in the mirror A LOT. Too much. It is used to describe people who take selfies all day and put on makeup every hour and do their hair. "vanity project", the term i used in my previous example, describes how people or companies will create something big that just looks good on the outside, but is often empty/not good underneath. It describes how something looks. How it appears. Pride is completely different because it is more like an emotion than a description of something... "i have pride in my work" means i feel like i did a great and good job. If i did a vanity job then it means i made it look good on the outside but actually it's a lot of rubbish, no one would use this to describe themselves or their work.
Q: What is the difference between to take pride in ~ and to be proud of ~. ?
A: When someone takes pride in something, its usually a personal thing and not usually an object, the way I see it. When someone takes pride in something, its something they really love and/or something that they feel represents what they desire. They take pride in being Korean :) He takes pride in his excellent grades. She takes pride in her vocabulary. To be proud of is usually used for objects or people. When you use this, you may be proud of something but you might not say that it defines you. He is proud of her. I am proud of the cake I made. She was really proud of her mother when she learned English. I hope this helps.
Q: What is the difference between pride and arrogant ?
A: @starainYoung: pride is a noun, arrogant is an adjective

Translations of "Pride"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? pride of place
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? is “ego” a little negative ? like i see it’s different to pride, how are they different ?
A: Egocentric usually means self-centered or selfish. It’s also a more technical word used in psychology (egocentrism). I don’t think there’s an exact word. The way you said it sounds good, too full of himself to say sorry. Their ego prevents them from apologizing for their mistake. Apologizing for their mistake would bruise their ego. You could also just say that they’re stubborn, a sore loser, or a know-it-all, but you lose some of the original meaning.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? pride and prejudice
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? social pride
A: Social pride. Its the same
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? pride
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Other questions about "Pride"

Q: I am so pride by my son does this sound natural?
A: I am so proud of my son.
Q: 1, "I'm proud to be being a Japanese." 2, "I'm proud of me who's a Japanese." 3, "I'm proud of me being a Japanese." 4, "I take pride in being a Japanese." Which one is better or correct? Maybe all's incorrect...? does this sound natural?
A: 1) I'm proud to be a Japanese. 2) I'm proud of me who's Japanese. 3) I'm proud of my being Japanese. 4) I take pride in being Japanese.
Q: She has much pride and never mind even telling a lie in insisting on her opinion. does this sound natural?
A: "She has a lot of pride so she doesn't mind telling a lie in order to get opinion across"
Q: What does "take over the pride" in 414 mean?
A: A pride is a group of lions, but since it's Jurassic Park they must be talking about dinosaurs.
Q: 1円にもならないプライドは捨てろ Throw away a pride not worth 1 yen. does this sound natural?
A: Instead of a literal translation, maybe try finding an equivalent idiom, like "you need to swallow your pride."

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