ETYM French content, from Latin contentus, p. p. of contenire to hold together, restrain. Related to Contain.
Satisfied; enjoying well-being and contentment; SYN. happy.
Sinonimi: cognitive content | mental object
1. Everything that is included in a collection.
2. The proportion of a substance that is contained in a mixture or alloy etc.
3. The sum or range of what has been perceived, discovered, or learned; SYN. cognitive content, mental object.
1. The data that appears between the starting and ending tags of an element in an SGML, XML, or HTML document. The content of an element may consist of plain text or other elements. See also element (definition 2), HTML, SGML, tag (definition 3).
2. The message body of a newsgroup article or e-mail message.
3. The “meat” of a document, as opposed to its format or appearance.
ETYM French contenter, Late Lat. contentare, from Latin contentus, p. p. Related to Content.
1. To make content.
2. To satisfy in a limited way.