English version

pleased with yourself

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpleased with yourselfpleased with yourselfPROUDfeeling proud or satisfied because you think you have done something clever, often in a way that annoys other people Miranda, pleased with herself for getting it right, sat down. pleased
Examples from the Corpus
pleased with yourselfAfter deceiving us all like that, she went away, no doubt very pleased with herself.This made me feel rather pleased with myself.I had made a big profit on the deal and was feeling inordinately pleased with myself.Selina looks awfully pleased with herself.He just patted his pocket and grinned, looking awfully smug and pleased with himself.Robert the next day seemed urbane, sure of himself, even, she thought, pleased with himself.He hurried out exceedingly pleased with himself and enjoying the prospect of what promised to be a very good wrestling match.She was pleased with herself and her own calm style.You are pleased with yourself for venturing, testing your mettle.Feeling pleased with herself, Loretta went back to her office.Then he looked down, seemed pleased with himself, unembarrassed.
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