Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Content"

The meaning of "Content" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does great content mean?
A: Thank You Is Ok Too
Q: What does "sticky" content keeps visitors coming back mean?
A: Sticky with regard to a website means that item, article, or ad will remain in the same place when you visit again.
Q: What does mash-ups (content management term) mean?
A: I found "mashup" in the Cambridge Dictionary.
http://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/english/mashup
Q: What does You have such a great content mean?
A: It is similar to 'very'
Q: What does to be content mean?
A: to be satisfied.

example:
"i am content with my grades this year"

Example sentences using "Content"

Q: Please show me example sentences with content with.
A: "It's not big, but I am content with my apartment."
"Nobody is content with the current state of affairs"
Q: Please show me example sentences with content with.
A: I am content.

He is content to live on his own.

The film lacked content.

Chocolate has a high fat content.
Q: Please show me example sentences with content with.
A: Content - to be happy with something, or relaxed.

Lucy was content with the stuffed animal she got for her birthday.
Our dog is content with his new bed.
I like the rain, it makes me feel content.

Synonyms of "Content" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I’m much content with my life. and I’m much contented with my life. ?
A:
"Contented is a(sic) past-tense(sic) version of content."
How is this possible? Here, "content" is an adjective and has no tense.
Contented is not a "past tense version" of anything, but comes from a different derivation than content (French vs English). In meaning and usage, they are roughly the same.
Dictionary entry for "contented" :
「adjective - satisfied; content.」


"as if you were looking back on it".
I'm sorry, but this is entirely incorrect.
Q: What is the difference between I'm content and I'm happy ?
A: Happy = feeling good, often as a result of something that has occurred.

"I am happy because I won the lottery"

"I am so happy because a girl asked me out"

Content = comfortable with the current situation.

" I am content living with my parents at 30 because they make me dinner and wash my clothes"

"I am content with the level of Spanish I currently speak"
Q: What is the difference between content and contents ?
A: "Content" can mean either 1) happy, peaceful or 2) information

1) I'm so content, this must be cloud 9.
2) The content of my English assignment was not up to the teacher's expectations.


"Contents" is similar to #2 but in physical form, such as the "contents of her purse" : All the items stored within.
Q: What is the difference between to be content and to be satisfied ?
A: Content means that you are okay with something, whereas to be satisfied means that you are happy with something. An example would be:

I am content with the brown color of my coat, but I would be satisfied if the coat were red.
Q: What is the difference between to content and to satisfy ?
A: They mean the same thing. Here are some conjugations: Contentment, contented, contentedly, satisfied, satisfying, satisfaction. :) Here is a sentence: The baby ate until he was satisfied, then slept contentedly.

Translations of "Content"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? "the content of the book" means "detailed things in book" or "just chapter list of the book"?
A: “The content” in general would be everything, all the substance. The “table of contents” may be what you are thinking of, when you refer to a list of chapters or sections, perhaps with some subheadings or general topic summaries. The “content” and the “_table of_ contents” aren’t the same.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? ‎Does it sound natural?
‎The content of the contract has been checked , there are no problems.
A: There could be lots of ways to say this. Instead of “the content,“ one might say “the substance.“ But this is natural enough.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? terrifically satisfied/ content (I wanna know whether or not there are some alternative collocations or substitutes in phrasal way to describe the same meaning as its. Please tell me if there are other substitutes actually.)
A: chuffed
chuffed to bits
over the moon
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? content
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? content et heureux
A: Attention. En anglais, "content" pour moi, c'est plutôt "satisfait"

C'est un peu moins fort que "heureux", je trouve.

Other questions about "Content"

Q: ‘I’m very honoured and content to be awarded for this prize and i would also like to thank you for your work and support that I was given. I will continue to do my best to achieve the best results possible? ‘Does this sound ok? I’ve been awarded for a prize and I’m just too excited to think and produce grammatically correct sentences Xd
A: Just a few things:

"...to be awarded this prize"

The verb "award" must be followed by a pronoun like "him", "her" or you; but when it comes to the verb's connection with nouns you just need to follow it with something like "this", "that", "a", or "the" followed by "prize" or the name of the prize, like a Nobel or Pulitzer.

Also I do not think using "content" in this context is suitable. "Grateful" is usually the best word to use when being given an award, or you can say you are "delighted to be given this award." but I strongly suggest you put in "grateful" as well. :)

The part where you say "...and support I was given" sounds a little off but it does work. Much better would be "... and the support you all gave me."

Also you can say that you have been "nominated for a prize" but "awarded a prize" or even just "I am being given an award."

Well done for getting the nomination and I hope you have a good ceremony. :)
Q: i content with my work does this sound natural?
A: "I'm content with my work."
Q: "They don't give enough content for what you're paying for. Just have to install mods instead."

It's someone talking about games that players buy.
What does the second sentence mean? Install mods?
A: Mods in games are basically different settings from the original game.

A gun game can be online 5v5.
If you add mods, it can be a zombie survival game.
Q: I looked into the content of my bag. does this sound natural?
A: "I looked into my bag"
Q: 1. Pour the content of the bag into a cup.
2. Pour 150 ml of very hot water into the cup, stir it immediately for around 15 seconds, and leave it for 1 minute. does this sound natural?
A: That is very clear 😊 you just need to make 'content' plural - 'contents'.

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