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Spanish translation of “content”

content

noun /ˈkontent/
the subject matter (of a book, speech etc)
contenido
The content of his speech proved to be somewhat controversial.
the amount of something contained
contenido
Oranges have a high vitamin C content.
contents noun plural the things contained in something
contenido
He drank the contents of the bottle.
a list of the things contained especially in a book
contenido
Look up the contents at the beginning of the book.
content word noun (linguistics) a word, such as a noun, verb, adjective, or adverb, whose main role is to express meaning. Content words stand in contrast to function words which have a syntactic role.
Palabra de Contenido
(Definition of content from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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