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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
content /'kɔntent/
  • danh từ, (thường) số nhiều
    • nội dung
      • the contents of a letter: nội dung một bức thư
    • (chỉ số ít) sức chứa, sức đựng, dung tích, dung lượng (bình, hồ, ao...); thể tích (khối đá...); diện tích, bề mặt (ruộng...)
      • the content of a cask: dung lượng một cái thùng
    • lượng, phân lượng
      • the sugar content per acre of beer: lượng đường thu hoạch trên một mẫu Anh củ cải
      • the ester content of an oil: (phân) lượng este trong một chất dầu
    • table of contents
      • (xem) table
  • danh từ
    • sự bằng lòng, sự vừa lòng, sự hài lòng, sự vừa ý, sự toại nguyện, sự mãn nguyện, sự thoả mãn
      • to one's heart's content: thoả mãn; vừa lòng mãn ý
    • sự bỏ phiếu thuận (thượng nghị viện Anh)
    • (số nhiều) những phiếu thuận; những người bỏ phiếu thuận
      • supposing the number of contents and not contents are strictly equal: giả dụ rằng số phiếu thuận và số phiếu chống đúng bằng nhau
  • tính từ
    • bằng lòng, vừa lòng, hài lòng, vừa ý, toại nguyện, mãn nguyện, thoả mãn
      • to be content with something: vừa lòng cái gì
    • sẵn lòng, vui lòng
      • I am content to go of you want mr to: tôi sẵn sàng (vui lòng) đi nếu anh muốn
    • thuận (thượng nghị viện Anh)
      • content: thuận
      • not content: chống
  • ngoại động từ
    • làm bằng lòng, làm vừa lòng, làm đẹp lòng, làm vui lòng, làm vừa ý, làm đẹp ý, làm mãn nguyện, thoả mãn
      • to content oneself with something: bằng lòng vậy với cái gì
      • to content oneself with doing something: bằng lòng cái gì
Concise Dictionary
+everything that is included in a collection
+what a communication that is about something is about
+the proportion of a substance that is contained in a mixture or alloy etc.
+the amount that can be contained
+the sum or range of what has been perceived, discovered, or learned
+the state of being contented with your situation in life
+something (a person or object or scene) selected by an artist or photographer for graphic representation
+satisfy in a limited way
+make content
+satisfied or showing satisfaction with things as they are
Thesaurus Dictionary
1 capacity, volume, size, measure:
The content of the barrel is exactly 55 gallons.
2 Usually, contents. ingredients, components, constituents; load:
The bottle broke and its contents spilt on the floor.
3 substance, subject-matter; significance, purport, import, essence, text, theme, topic, thesis:
The book is amusing but its content is quite trivial.
1 pleasure, satisfaction, gratification, happiness, contentment, contentedness, felicity, delight:
He kept on singing to his heart's content.
2 ease, comfort, tranquillity, serenity, peace, peacefulness, contentedness:
I have a feeling of such content merely being with you.
3 pleased, satisfied, happy, delighted, contented, gratified, glad, cheerful; comfortable, fulfilled:
I was quite content to be home once more.
4 satisfy, please, gratify, soothe, cheer, gladden, delight:
It contented him to be near her.
Advanced English Dictionary
noun-see also CONTENT
1 (contents) [pl.] the things that are contained in sth: He tipped the contents of the bag onto the table. + Fire has caused severe damage to the contents of the building. + She hadn't read the letter and so was unaware of its contents.
2 (contents) [pl.] the different sections that are contained in a book: a table of contents (= the list at the front of a book) + a contents page
3 [sing.] the subject matter of a book, speech, programme, etc: Your tone of voice is as important as the content of what you have to say. + The content of the course depends on what the students would like to study. + Her poetry has a good deal of political content.
4 [sing.] (following a noun) the amount of a substance that is contained in sth else: food with a high fat content + the alcohol content of a drink
adjective, verb, noun-see also CONTENT
+ adjective [not before noun]
1 ~ (with sth) happy and satisfied with what you have: Not content with stealing my boyfriend (= not thinking that this was enough), she has turned all my friends against me. + He seemed more content, less bitter. + He had to be content with third place.
2 ~ to do sth willing to do sth: I was content to wait.
+ verb [VN]
1 ~ yourself with sth to accept and be satisfied with sth and not try to have or do sth better: Martina contented herself with a single glass of wine. + The crowd contented themselves with shouting insults.
2 (formal) to make sb feel happy or satisfied: My apology seemed to content him. + Nothing would content her.
+ noun
Idioms see HEART
Collocation Dictionary

1 contents things inside sth


She emptied the contents of her bag on the floor

2 amount of a substance that sth contains


foods with a high fibre content
| low | alcohol, calorie, carbon, fat, fibre, moisture, protein, sugar, sulphur, vitamin, etc.



appear, be, feel, seem


perfectly, quite, utterly
I'm perfectly content just to lie in the sun.
| fairly, reasonably, relatively | apparently | curiously, strangely
She felt curiously content.


She seemed quite content with the idea.

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