burst\ with\ pride

• burst with joy
• burst with pride
v. phr.
To be so full of the feeling of joy or pride that one cannot refrain from showing one's exuberant feelings.

Armstrong and Aldrin burst with pride when they stepped out on the moon in July, 1969.


Словарь американских идиом. — СПб., Изд-во "Лань". . 1997.

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  • burst with joy — or[pride] {v. phr.} To be so full of the feeling of joy or pride that one cannot refrain from showing one s exuberant feelings. * /Armstrong and Aldrin burst with pride when they stepped out on the moon in July, 1969./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

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  • burst — I n. series of shots 1) to fire a burst at outbreak 2) a sudden burst 3) in bursts misc. 4) she finally finished the job in/with a sudden burst of energy II v. 1) (d; intr.) to burst into (the mob burst into the room; to burst into flames; to… …   Combinatory dictionary

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  • pride — I n. 1) to take pride in 2) to hurt smb. s pride 3) civic; fierce, great, strong; injured, wounded pride (to take great pride in one s children) 4) the pride to + inf. (do they have enough pride to defend their principles?) 5) (misc.) to appeal… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • burst at the seams — {v. phr.}, {informal} To be too full or too crowded. * /John ate so much he was bursting at the seams./ * /Mary s album was so full of pictures it was bursting at the seams./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • burst at the seams — {v. phr.}, {informal} To be too full or too crowded. * /John ate so much he was bursting at the seams./ * /Mary s album was so full of pictures it was bursting at the seams./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • burst — burst1 [bə:st US bə:rst] v past tense and past participle burst ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(break open)¦ 2 be bursting with something 3¦(move suddenly)¦ 4 burst open 5 be bursting to do something 6 be bursting 7 burst somebody s bubble 8 burst its banks Phrasal… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • burst — 01. The Asian economic bubble apparently [burst] in the mid 1990s. 02. She had a blister on her heel that [burst] when she put on her new shoes. 03. The children [burst] out laughing when a dog ran into their classroom. 04. Our basement got… …   Grammatical examples in English

  • burst — 1 verb past tense and past participle burst 1 BREAK OPEN (I, T) if something bursts or if you burst it, it breaks open or apart suddenly and violently so that its contents come out: You re going to burst the balloon, if you re not careful. 2… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

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