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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
Translations of “content”
in Korean 내용…
in Arabic مَحتَويات…
in French contenu, teneur…
in Italian contenuto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 主題, (文章、演講、電影等的)內容…
in Russian содержание, доля…
in Turkish içindekiler, içerik, esas…
in Polish treść, zawartość…
in Portuguese conteúdo…
in German der Inhalt, der Gehalt…
in Catalan contingut…
in Japanese 内容…
in Chinese (Simplified) 主题, (文章、演讲、电影等的)内容…
(Definition of content from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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