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content

adjective /kənˈtent/
satisfied; quietly happy
satisfecho
He doesn’t want more money – he’s content with what he has.
contented adjective satisfied; quietly happy
contento, satisfecho
a contented sigh.
contentedly adverb
con satisfacción
The cat was purring contentedly.
contentment noun
satisfacción
He smiled to himself with contentment.
Translations of “content”
in Korean 만족하는…
in Arabic سَعيد, راض…
in French satisfait…
in Italian contento, soddisfatto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 滿意的, 滿足的, 知足的…
in Russian довольный, удовлетворенный…
in Turkish mutlu, memnun…
in Polish zadowolony…
in Portuguese contente, satisfeito…
in German zufrieden…
in Catalan content, satisfet…
in Japanese 満足して…
in Chinese (Simplified) 满意的, 满足的, 知足的…
(Definition of content from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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