Definition of 'content'
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What is really scary is that you have to accept the content of these classes and workshops. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The assessments warned some low income or low value digital product consumers would stop consuming digital content altogether rather than purchase. Computing (2010)You mingle to your heart 's content. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Her report is welcome but its contents only make official what we've known for years. The Sun (2016)One of the main misconceptions is about the fat content of milk, the spokeswoman claimed. Times, Sunday Times (2016)On the legal side, a common problem is stopping people posting content that they don’t have the right to use. Computing (2010)Despite having a big collection of bags, the mum of four stopped carrying one six months ago, as she barely used its contents. The Sun (2016)We encourage people to report content they find offensive. Times, Sunday Times (2012)We are content to accept the method chosen independently by the survey. Times, Sunday Times (2007) Higher cocoa content and very good value. The Sun (2016)Its reputation for innovation extends right through to course content. Times, Sunday Times (2008)We can also see how the information content of dividends would come about. Principles of Corporate Finance (1991)Or you can simply seize on the educational content. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The finding of a small pink flower can make them content for a whole day. What the Bee Knows - reflections on myth, symbol and story (1989)The party seemed content enough with all this. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Tougher still is the content of the speech. Times, Sunday Times (2008)They are perfectly content to see the board become a legal fiction. MANAGEMENT: task, responsibilities, practices (1974)Or do you remain relaxed and stay as content and happy as you were before the encounter? Times, Sunday Times (2013)Until then he seems content to play the cheerleader in chief. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The pressure should be on manufacturers to reduce sugar content in food. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The one invention that did work was a liquid that when poured on books brought their contents to life. Times, Sunday Times (2014)How much recycled content can be used in the building process and what is the life cycle of that building? Times, Sunday Times (2016)They can then vote to their hearts' content. The Sun (2009)This is a great chance for those who missed the game last time around to pick up all the content in one place. The Sun (2016)The French were becoming increasingly suspicious of the contents of the bottles they saw in the shops. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Expert view: Good protein content but fairly high salt. The Sun (2010)
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Translations for 'content'
British English: content /ˈkɒntɛnt/ NOUN
The content of a piece of writing, speech, or television programme is its subject and the ideas expressed in it.
...the letter's contents.
- American English: content
- Arabic: مُحْتَوًى
- Brazilian Portuguese: conteúdo
- Chinese: 内容
- Croatian: sadržaj
- Czech: obsah
- Danish: indhold
- Dutch: inhoud
- European Spanish: contenido
- Finnish: sisältö
- French: satisfait
- German: Inhalt Geschehen beschrieben in einem Buch
- Greek: περιεχόμενο
- Italian: contenuto
- Japanese: 中身
- Korean: 내용
- Norwegian: innhold
- Polish: zawartość
- European Portuguese: conteúdo
- Romanian: conținut
- Russian: содержание
- Spanish: contenido
- Swedish: innehåll
- Thai: เนื้อหา
- Turkish: içerik
- Ukrainian: зміст
- Vietnamese: nội dung
British English: content /kənˈtent/ ADJECTIVE
happy If you are content, you are happy.
He says his daughter is quite content.
- American English: content
- Arabic: راضٍ
- Brazilian Portuguese: feliz
- Chinese: 满意的
- Croatian: zadovoljan
- Czech: spokojený
- Danish: tilfreds
- Dutch: tevreden
- European Spanish: contento
- Finnish: tyytyväinen
- French: content
- German: glücklich
- Greek: σωστός
- Italian: contento
- Japanese: 幸せな
- Korean: 만족하는
- Norwegian: tilfreds
- Polish: zadowolony
- European Portuguese: contente
- Romanian: mulțumit
- Russian: довольный
- Spanish: contento
- Swedish: glad
- Thai: พอใจ
- Turkish: memnun
- Ukrainian: задоволений
- Vietnamese: vui vẻ
British English: content ADJECTIVE
satisfied If you are content with something, you are willing to accept it, rather than wanting something more or something better.
I am content to admire the mountains from below.
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