did a good job, did well, did good, done good That was a great dinner, Nora. You did yourself proud.
do yourself proud
do something that you are proud of You did yourself proud when you helped the refugees.
satisfied with and pleased in 对…感到自豪（骄傲） Tom is proud of his new car．汤姆为他的新车而自豪。
proud as a peacock
Idiom(s): (as) proud as a peacock
very proud; haughty. • John is so arrogant. He's as proud as a peacock. • The new father was proud as a peacock.
do sb proud
Idiom(s): do sb proud
to make someone proud. • Well, Bill really did himself proud in the horse race. • That fine-looking, prizewinning hog ought to do you proud. Did you raise it all by yourself?
do someone proud
do someone proud 1) Also, do credit to someone. Be a source of honor, distinction, or pride. For example, She did us proud, handling the problem with such aplomb, or Your new title does you credit. [Early 1800s] 2) Treat someone or oneself generously or extravagantly, as in You really did us proud with that banquet. [Early 1800s]