(=happy) content (e) , satisfait (e)
→ Since moving here I've been quite content.
to be content with
(=make do with) se contenter de
→ We're not content with simply qualifying for the finals
→ they had to be content with second
She is not content with these explanations. Ces explications ne lui suffisent pas.
to be content to do sth
(=prepared) être disposé (e) à faire qch
→ A few were content to pay the fines.
[+person] contenter, satisfaire
→ Nothing but a black binding would content him.
to content o.s. with sth se contenter de qch
→ the referee contented himself with a broad smile
to content o.s. with doing sth se contenter de faire qch
→ He is not someone who could content himself with sitting on charity committees.
[+play, programme] contenu m
→ She is reluctant to discuss the content of the play.
→ She set about changing the content of the newspaper.
[+food] teneur f
→ No other food has so high an iron content.
vitamin content teneur en vitamines
[+bottle, box, packet] contenu m
→ She uncorked the bottle and poured out the contents.
[+letter, speech, document] contenu m
→ I opened the letter and read its contents.
table of contents table f des matières
n fournisseur m de contenu
→ ... content providers such as MSN and Freeserve.
n teneur f en protéines