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.
1 contents things inside sth
VERB + CONTENT
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.adj
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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