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ADJ   content | contente | contents | contentes
ADJ   content | more content | most content
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NOUN   a content | contents
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VERB  to content | contented | contented ... 
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SYNO   cognitive content | content ... 
content {adj}
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content
content {adj}
17
contented
content {adj}
2
happy
content {adj}chuffed [coll.]
content {adj}delighted
content {adj}joyful
content {adj}pleased
content {adj}satisfied
Nouns
contenu {m}
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content
littérat. fond {m} [contenu]content
teneur {f} [de solide]content
2 Words: Verbs
avoir l'air contentto look pleased
avoir l'air contentto seem pleased
2 Words: Nouns
chim. teneur {f} en acideacid content
alim. cuis. teneur {f} en matières grassesfat content
météo. taux {m} d'humiditémoisture content
teneur {f} en protéinesprotein content
cuis. teneur {f} en sucresugar content
3 Words: Others
littérat. mus. étoffé {adj} [musique, littérature]rich in content
3 Words: Verbs
se satisfaire de qc.to be content with sth.
être content que ...to be delighted that ...
être content que ...to be happy that ...
être content de qc.to be pleased with sth.
être content de soito be self-satisfied
se contenter de qc.to content oneself with sth.
4 Words: Verbs
être d'accord sur le fondto agree on the content
être content de soito be pleased with oneself
se contenter de faire qc.to content oneself with doing sth.
se contenter de peuto content oneself with little
5+ Words: Verbs
chim. cuis. avoir une forte teneur en alcoolto have a high alcohol content
alim. être riche en matières grassesto have a high fat content
alim. être riche en vitaminesto have a high vitamin content
dormir tout son saoul [loc.]to sleep to one's heart's content [idiom]
5+ Words: Nouns
cuis. boisson {f} à faible teneur en alcooldrink with a low alcohol content
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