Definition of do someone proud in English:

do someone proud

phrase

informal
  • 1Act in a way that gives someone cause to feel pleased or satisfied.

    ‘they did themselves proud in a game which sent the fans home happy’
    • ‘We congratulate our swimmers for participating on the day and doing us proud, competing against swimmers who get to swim all year round.’
    • ‘He did his people proud and he did New Zealand proud.’
    • ‘I hope I continue to do you proud and I look forward to seeing you again.’’
    • ‘We now have a squad to be proud of so lets hope they do us proud and lets become the best in the country again, then Europe.’
    • ‘They are a young team and they came to Croke Park and did everyone proud, they certainly did me proud.’
    1. 1.1 Treat someone very well, typically by lavishly feeding or entertaining them.
      • ‘Our chefs did us proud by clearly drawing out the peerless differences in the flavour of Pakistani cuisine.’
      • ‘Our young actresses did us proud with a most entertaining production based on a wake.’