- something that is contained: the contents of a box.
- the subjects or topics covered in a book or document.
- the chapters or other formal divisions of a book or document: a table of contents.
- Mathematics. the greatest common divisor of all the coefficients of a given polynomial.Compare primitive polynomial.
- any abstraction of the concept of length, area, or volume.
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synonym study for content
OTHER WORDS FROM contentcon·tent·a·ble, adjectivecon·tent·ly, adverbcon·tent·ness, noun
How to use content in a sentence
We’re growing our media business overall, which includes news content, it includes video content that may be more top of funnel.
To boost the reach of some of their sites’ content, some of Red’s sites have also forged partnerships with other media companies.
“The Pro Shop is really an affiliate marketing strategy on steroids,” DeChiaro said, and his goal for it is to “shorten the bridge between content and commerce.”‘One endless loop’: How Golf is using its new retail marketplace as a first-party data play|Kayleigh Barber|September 16, 2020|Digiday
“Our third party fact checkers have rated this content which means it is not allowed to run as an ad and any organic posts will receive a label,” Kearns added.Facebook slaps fact check on ads stoking fears about transgender kids in girls sports|Chris Johnson|September 15, 2020|Washington Blade
Discovery-owned Eurosport lost around 4,500 hours of content and programming it had scheduled between March and August for its TV and over-the-top platforms amid coronavirus lockdowns — including the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.‘We are permanently in beta’: European sports broadcasting is still in a coronavirus-forced state of reinvention|Lara O'Reilly|September 15, 2020|Digiday
“It happens very often that the form smothers the content,” he says.Christoph Waltz on Bond, Burton, and Channeling His Inner Darkness|Marlow Stern|December 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
For example, a common type of meteorite has similar mineral content to Earth, but a lot less deuterium.
And while the HBOs and the Netflixs of the world are trying to deliver their content in new ways, so to are service providers.
Legacy content providers are increasingly offering their shows directly to viewers through the Internet.
This 16 percent, known as the “cut,” is colorless in nature, and it is “reaped” with a typical alcohol content of 69.8 percent.
I am therefore quite sure I shall be content to await his father's consent, should it not come these many years.The Pastor's Fire-side Vol. 3 of 4|Jane Porter
The life of a laborer that is content with what he hath, shall be sweet, and in it thou shalt find a treasure.The Bible, Douay-Rheims Version|Various
If we are to have a real education along lines of expression we must begin with the "content," or cause, of expression.Expressive Voice Culture|Jessie Eldridge Southwick
Few whose estates might yield them ten thousand a year are content with nine thousand.Glances at Europe|Horace Greeley
There are many excellent makers, but we must content ourselves with briefly noticing the most prominent.Violins and Violin Makers|Joseph Pearce
British Dictionary definitions for content (1 of 2)
- the chapters or divisions of a book
- a list, printed at the front of a book, of chapters or divisions together with the number of the first page of each
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British Dictionary definitions for content (2 of 2)
Derived forms of contentcontently, adverbcontentment, noun
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see to one's heart's content.