Content

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Definition

the content: the subject matter, the ideas, the theme, the substance
noun
I did not like the content of this book at all. It was all about war.

(a) content (person): (a) happy, satisfied, pleased, fulfilled (person)
adjective
I'm content with this year's sales. They are much better than I was expecting.

Pronunciation examples
UK: I did not like the content of this book at all.
US: You must not be content with the content.
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Examples

  • "This is the main advantage of Stickypedia: the fact that content is constantly being updated means that only the best, truest information survives."
  • "Bad: High alcohol content"
  • "Have you had a chance to proofread the content for the Delavigne Website?"
  • "Mr. Smith : Does or does not your label for Montmartre Musk say, 'WARNING: CONTENTS HIGHLY FLAMMABLE'?"
  • "If there is any problem with the content, please contact me on my mobile phone or by e-mail as soon as possible."
  • "Think about all the artists who labored to produce content that is just being taken away for free!"
  • "to take a look at the contents of said microfiche!"
  • "I'm helping edit the content of Stickypedia!"
  • "The lack of content in your message is one thing - I spend half my day reading e-mails which say nothing."
  • "Chinese businessmen are no longer content to dominate the production end as they have for the last few decades;"

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