everything that is included in a collection and that is held or included in something
"he emptied the contents of his pockets"; "the two groups were similar in content"
message, content, subject matter, substance(noun)
what a communication that is about something is about
message, meat, means, core, inwardness, subject, sum, subject matter, cognitive content, heart and soul, marrow, substance, nub, center, depicted object, centre, kernel, meaning, essence, contentedness, heart, mental object, nitty-gritty, capacity, pith, gist
the proportion of a substance that is contained in a mixture or alloy etc.
the amount that can be contained
"the gas tank has a capacity of 12 gallons"
content, cognitive content, mental object(noun)
the sum or range of what has been perceived, discovered, or learned
the state of being contented with your situation in life
"he relaxed in sleepy contentedness"; "they could read to their heart's content"
subject, content, depicted object(adj)
something (a person or object or scene) selected by an artist or photographer for graphic representation
"a moving picture of a train is more dramatic than a still picture of the same subject"
national, topic, mental object, issue, subject matter, discipline, case, subject area, matter, substance, theme, depicted object, study, guinea pig, contentedness, subject field, message, capacity, cognitive content, field, field of study, bailiwick, subject
satisfied or showing satisfaction with things as they are
"a contented smile"
satisfy in a limited way
"He contented himself with one glass of beer per day"
"I am contented"
English Synonyms and Antonyms
To satisfy is to furnish just enough to meet physical, mental, or spiritual desire. To sate or satiate is to gratify desire so fully as for a time to extinguish it. To cloy or surfeit is to gratify to the point of revulsion or disgust. Glut is a strong but somewhat coarse word applied to the utmost satisfaction of vehement appetites and passions; as, to glut a vengeful spirit with slaughter; we speak of glutting the market with a supply so excessive as to extinguish the demand. Much less than is needed to satisfy may suffice a frugal or abstemious person; less than a sufficiency may content one of a patient and submissive spirit. Compare PAY; REQUITE.
Satisfy with food, with gifts, etc.; satisfy one (in the sense of make satisfaction) for labors and sacrifices; satisfy oneself by or upon inquiry.
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If I have worked harder and built myself a good house while you have been content to live in a hovel, the tax gatherer now comes annually to make me pay a penalty for my energy and industry by taxing me more than you. If I have saved while you wasted, I am [taxed] while you are exempt. If a man built a ship, we make him pay for his temerity as though he had done injury to the state; if a railroad be opened, down comes the tax collector upon it as though were a public nuisance.... We punish with a tax the man who covers barren fields with ripening grain; we fine him who puts up machinery and him who drains a swamp. To abolish these taxes would be to lift the whole enormous weight of taxation from productive industry.... The state would say to the producer, 'Be as industrious, as thrifty, as enterprising as you choose. You shall have your full reward!
Our ambition is to make Sky Studios famous for quality content and a place where Europe's top creatives will want to do their best work.
We are getting a decent amount of customers each month, and when we are ready we will launch our own content-rich TV offer, for the time being we have not reached an agreement with BT.
TLC once stood for The Learning Channel…and now it stands for Totally Ludacris Content, it’s pathetic and it’s desperate. It’s a strategic blunder. You have to have a brand for your programing and a program like ‘Sex in Public’ is going to help nobody. It may be clever in terms of ‘oh they’re going to a food court to talk to about their sexual appetite’ but at the end of the day this is explicit content, it’s on a network that has built a brand on other types of content. I just don’t think it’s going to fit.
Apple News editors will be able to curate current and recent coverage from all of our sections, some content, particularly our 137 years' worth of archives, will not be accessible through News+.
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- مبصوط, محتوى, قانعArabic
- задоволявам, същност, капацитет, вместимост, съдържание, доволенBulgarian
- content, contingutCatalan, Valencian
- obsah, podstata, spokojenýCzech
- tilfreds, tilfredsstille, indhold, stille tilfredsDanish
- Inhalt, zufriedenGerman
- contentar, contenido, contentoSpanish
- sisu, sisaldusEstonian
- tyytyväinen, substanssi, sisältö, tyydyttääFinnish
- contente, contenu, satisfaire, contentFrench
- sàsaich, susbaintScottish Gaelic
- kielégít, tartalom, elégedettHungarian
- contenuto, soddisfare, contentoItalian
- 内容, 含有量, コンテンツ, 満足しているJapanese
- 콘텐츠, 內容, 내용Korean
- inhoud, tevredenstellen, tevreden, vergenoegenDutch
- innhaldNorwegian Nynorsk
- fornøyd, tilfredsNorwegian
- treść, zawartość, ilość, pojemnośćPolish
- contentar, conteúdo, satisfazer, satisfeito, teor, contentePortuguese
- mulțumi, conținut, mulțumitRomanian
- содержание, довольный, сущность, контент, содержимоеRussian
- tillfredsställd, tillfreds, innehåll, nöja, nöjdSwedish
- laman, nilalaman, kuntentoTagalog
- 內容, nội dungVietnamese
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