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They were content with their lot.

Они были довольны своей судьбой. ☰

I am contented.

He contented himself with one glass of beer per day.

Он довольствовался одной кружкой пива в день. ☰

Content to be and to be well.

Он доволен, что жив, и что у него всё неплохо. ☰

Cream has a high fat content.

У сливок высокая жирность. ☰

Andy was a good husband, and Nicky was clearly very content.

Энди был хорошим мужем, и Ники была явно очень довольна. ☰

He writes with more attention to style than to content.

Он пишет, уделяя больше внимания стилю (форме), чем содержанию. ☰

He looked content, even happy.

Он выглядел довольным, и даже счастливым. ☰

He emptied the contents of his pockets.

Он вывернул всё из карманов. / Он опустошил свои карманы. ☰

Red meat tends to have a high fat content.

У красного мяса, как правило, высокое содержание жира. ☰

The baby looks content in her crib.

В своей кроватке ребенок выглядит довольным. ☰

No, I don’t want to play. I’m content to watch.

Нет, сам я играть не хочу: мне вполне хватает смотреть, как играют другие. ☰

The two groups were similar in content.

Обе группы были схожи по составу. ☰

Fruit and vegetables are high in fibre content.

Фрукты и овощи обладают высоким содержанием клетчатки. ☰

They could read to their heart’s content.

Они могли читать, сколько душе угодно. ☰

The toys contented the children, at least for a little while.

Игрушки детей устроили, по крайней мере на какое-то время. ☰

She sat quietly, content to watch him working.

Она сидела тихо, и ей было достаточно просто смотреть, как он работает. ☰

The dog can run to its heart’s content out there.

Вон там собака пусть бегает, сколько угодно. / Там собака может вволю побегать. ☰

Not content with her new car, Selina now wants a bike.

Не довольствуясь своим новым автомобилем, теперь Селина хочет велосипед. ☰

For once, his usually verbose wife was content to listen.

На сей раз его жена – обычно многословная – была готова слушать. ☰

Mr. Wallace praised the garden to the heart’s content of its owner.

Мистер Уоллес похвалил сад, к полному удовольствию хозяина. ☰

A fancy hotel is not necessary; I’d be content with a warm meal and a clean place to sleep.

Шикарный отель не нужен; мне вполне хватит тёплой еды и чистого места для сна. ☰

I was no longer satisfied with the life that had hitherto contented me.

Я уже не мог довольствоваться тем, что до тех пор меня устраивало. ☰

She had lazed around the pool to her heart’s content.

К тому времени она вволю понежилась у бассейна. ☰

The President’s advisors are content to remain in the background.

Советников президента устраивает оставаться на втором плане. ☰

Others with shallower purses are content to wait until prices have bottomed.

Другие, с менее толстыми кошельками, намерены ждать, пока цены не достигнут нижнего предела. ☰

Perhaps he was organically of that cheerful and easy nature, which is content to enjoy the present, and not brood over the past.

Наверное, он по сути своей был из той породы людей, которые радуются настоящему и не тяготятся прошлым. ☰

She writes with more attention to style than to content.

В своих произведениях она уделяет больше внимания стилю, нежели содержанию. ☰

Supposing the number of contents and not contents strictly equal in numbers and consequence.

Положим, число голосующих «за» и «против» равно как по численности, так и по значимости. ☰

Our two salesmen were briefed on the format of the magazine, the advert sizes and costs, and the general article content.

Два наших продавца были проинструктированы о формате журнала, размерах и стоимости рекламных объявлений, а также об общем содержании статьи. ☰

Примеры, ожидающие перевода

the rich experiential content of the teachings of the older philosophers

Dr Belson had been more than content for them to deal with any difficulties.

. the company had plenty of low-paying positions for people who were content to be peons all their lives.

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Contentment — Con*tent ment (k[o^]n*t[e^]nt ment), n. [Cf. F. contentement. See , v. t.] 1. The state of being contented or satisfied; content. [1913 Webster] Contentment without external honor is humility. Grew. [1913 Webster] Godliness with… … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

contentment — mid 15c., from O.Fr. contentment, from contenter (see CONTENT (Cf. content)) … Etymology dictionary

contentment — index composure, satisfaction (fulfilment) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 … Law dictionary

contentment — [n] comfort, happiness complacency, content, contentedness, ease, equanimity, fulfillment, gladness, gratification, peace, pleasure, repletion, satisfaction, serenity; concept 410 Ant. discomfort, discontent, displeasure, dissatisfaction, misery … New thesaurus

contentment — contentment, contenement A man s countenance or credit, which he has together with, and by reason of, his freehold; or that which is necessary for the support and maintenance of men, agreeably to their several qualities or states of life.… … Black’s law dictionary

contentment — [kən tent′mənt] n. [ME contentement < OFr] 1. the state, quality, or fact of being contented 2. Archaic a satisfying or being satisfied … English World dictionary

contentment — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ deep, quiet ▪ He gazed out to sea, with a feeling of deep contentment. ▪ She fell asleep in quiet contentment. VERB + CONTENTMENT ▪ find … Collocations dictionary

contentment — [[t]kənte̱ntmənt[/t]] N UNCOUNT Contentment is a feeling of quiet happiness and satisfaction. I cannot describe the feeling of contentment that was with me at that time. Syn: happiness Ant: discontent … English dictionary

contentment — noun a) the state or degree of being contented Then they got out their boat from the boat house, sculled down the river home, and at a very late hour sat down to supper in their own cosy riverside parlour, to the Rats great joy and contentment.… … Wiktionary

contentment — con|tent|ment [ kən tentmənt ] noun uncount the happiness you feel when you have everything you want and you enjoy your life: He has found contentment and satisfaction in his work … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

contentment — noun (U) the state of being happy and satisfied: He gave a sigh of contentment, turned over and went to sleep. opposite discontent 1 … Longman dictionary of contemporary English

contentment — noun finally being alone brought her a contentment she d never known Syn: contentedness, content, satisfaction, gratification, fulfillment, happiness, pleasure, cheerfulness; ease, comfort, well being, peace, equanimity, serenity, tranquility … Thesaurus of popular words

contentment — UK [kənˈtentmənt] / US noun [uncountable] the happiness you feel when you have everything you want and you enjoy your life He has found contentment and satisfaction in his work … English dictionary

contentment — Ⅰ. content [1] ► ADJECTIVE ▪ in a state of peaceful happiness or satisfaction. ► VERB 1) satisfy; please. 2) (content oneself with) accept (something) as adequate despite wanting something more or better. ► NOUN … English terms dictionary

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Перевод на русский contentment

content — content, ente [ kɔ̃tɑ̃, ɑ̃t ] adj. • fin XIIIe; lat. contentus, de continere → contenir ♦ Satisfait. 1 ♦ Content de qqch. Vx Comblé, qui n a plus besoin d autre chose. « Qui vit content de rien possède toute chose » (Boileau). Subst. m. (fin XVe) … Encyclopédie Universelle

content — content, ente (kon tan, tan t ) adj. 1° Qui se contente de, qui s accommode de, se borne à. Content de peu. • Le sage y vit en paix [sous l humble toit] et méprise le reste ; Content de ses douceurs, errant parmi les bois, Il regarde à ses… … Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d’Émile Littré

content — CONTENT, ENTE. adj. Celui, celle qui a l esprit satisfait. Un homme content. Il est content de sa condition, de sa fortune, de ses biens. Il est content de peu de choses. Elle est contente de tout. Il vit content. Il a le coeur content. Il ne… … Dictionnaire de l’Académie Française 1798

content — CONTENT, [cont]ente. adj. Qui est satisfait, qui a ce qu il desire. Un homme content. un esprit content. il est content de sa condition, de sa fortune, de ses biens. il est content de peu de chose. il vit content. il a le coeur content. il mene… … Dictionnaire de l’Académie française

content — Content, AEquus, Contentus. Estre content de ce qu on a, Continere se finibus rerum suarum. Estre content, Magnitudinem animi adhibere rei alicui. Estre content de perdre du sien, Concedere de iure suo. Je suis, ou J en suis content, Per me licet … Thresor de la langue françoyse

Content — or contents may refer to: Contentment, a state of being Content (algebra), the highest common factor of a polynomial s coefficients Content (measure theory), an additive real function defined on a field of sets Content (media), published… … Wikipedia

content — con‧tent [ˈkɒntent ǁ ˈkɑːn ] noun 1. contents [plural] the things that are inside a bag, box, room etc: • The contents of the suitcase were seized by the police. 2. contents [plural] the things that are written in a letter, document, book etc: •… … Financial and business terms

content — 1. Content is pronounced with stress on the second syllable as a verb (see 2), adjective, and noun (meaning ‘a contented state’: see 3), and on the first syllable as a noun (meaning ‘what is contained’: see 4). 2. Content oneself with (not by) is … Modern English usage

Content 2.0 — is a technology that turns a static (content rich) web page on a web site into an interactive web page. This ability to interact with the web pages means that visitors to a Content 2.0 enabled web site can comment on the content that s on the… … Wikipedia

content — Ⅰ. content [1] ► ADJECTIVE ▪ in a state of peaceful happiness or satisfaction. ► VERB 1) satisfy; please. 2) (content oneself with) accept (something) as adequate despite wanting something more or better. ► NOUN … English terms dictionary

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