pride (oneself) in (something)

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pride (oneself) in (something)

To take satisfaction in, be proud of, or highly value some action for which one is renowned. Our company has always prided itself in its excellent customer support and commitment to customer satisfaction. Janet prides herself in always finishing her projects under deadline.
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pride oneself in something

 and pride oneself on something
to take pride in one of one's qualities or accomplishments. She prides herself in her ability to spot a shoplifter. I pride myself on my ability to find compromises.
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FOR THE RECORD AT the Daily Record, we pride ourselves in journalism that is honest, fair and accurate.
AT The Journal, we pride ourselves in journalism that is honest, accurate and fair.
As the heart and soul of your community, we pride ourselves in reflecting what goes on in Teesside.
"We pride ourselves in developing long-term client relationships, which is why we especially enjoyed working with HCCC again to complete this magnificent facility."
"We pride ourselves in a 30-day turnaround for our shipments and our teamwork makes this happen."
"We believe it is particularly appropriate for these events to be held in Edinburgh," said ICAS Vice-President Nigel Macdonald, a partner of Ernst & Young, "as we pride ourselves in being pioneers of the profession of accountancy."
We pride ourselves in a strong franchise program and hardworking franchisees."
"We pride ourselves in knowing where all our food comes from, so the next step was to import our own brand of wine." The red, white and ros chosen are from a traditional family winery in Tuscany where Dal Cero brothers Dario and Giuseppe have a history of producing high quality wine in and around the town of Cortona.