English vocabulary and translations (See all)
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)
I'm content with this year's sales. They are much better than I was expecting.
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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- "Mr. Smith : Does or does not your label for Montmartre Musk say, 'WARNING: CONTENTS HIGHLY FLAMMABLE'?"
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- "Bad: High alcohol content"
- "Chinese businessmen are no longer content to dominate the production end as they have for the last few decades;"
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