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Difference between Be content with something and Content oneself with something

be content with something—be satisfied with smth.; be willing to accept smth.: The questionnaire results showed that 98 percent of students were “content” with their housing situation. content oneself with something—be satisfied with just one thing and not bother with other things: She hadn’t said much but had contented herself with smoking cigarettes and smiling.

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