n. 内容; （书、讲话、节目等的）主题; 含量; 所含之物( content的名词复数 ); （书等的）内容，目录; 容量，含量; （书、讲话、节目等的）主题
The contents of a container such as a bottle, box, or room are the things that are inside it.
Empty the contents of the pan into the sieve...
I emptied the contents of the fridge into carrier bags...
If you refer to the content or contents of something such as a book, speech, or television programme, you are referring to the subject that it deals with, the story that it tells, or the ideas that it expresses.
She is reluctant to discuss the content of the play...
Stricter controls were placed on the content of video films...
The contents of a book are its different chapters and sections, usually shown in a list at the beginning of the book.
There is no initial list of contents.
The content of something such as an educational course or a programme of action is the elements that it consists of.
Previous students have had nothing but praise for the course content and staff...
This is how we see our tasks, and the substance and content of our work for the forthcoming period.
You can use content to refer to the amount or proportion of something that a substance contains.
Sunflower margarine has the same fat content as butter...
He was astonished at the high gold content in the 340 million-year-old rock.
1. a list of divisions (chapters or articles) and the pages on which they start
Empty the contents of the pan into the sieve.
Utmost care must be taken not to spill any of the contents.
He emptied the contents out into the palm of his hand.
The contents of this booklet should be of use to all students.
A number of bags had split and were spilling their contents.