1. include or contain; have as a component;
2. contain or hold; have within;
3. lessen the intensity of; temper; hold in restraint; hold or keep within limits;
4. be divisible by;
5. be capable of holding or containing;
6. hold back, as of a danger or an enemy; check the expansion or influence of;
It'says on the packet that these crisps contain no additives.
Our observations may contain a grain of truth for you to refer to.
There has been an overall growth in population, despite some draconian efforts to contain it.
These stones contain kernels.
That glass will contain a quart of beer.
He could contain no longer.
He couldn't contain himself for joy.
I guess this reading room to contain five thousand books.
She could now no longer contain herself, and was convinced that some disaster was impending.
The little boy couldn't contain his urine any longer.
At the sight of this cruelty, he could hardly contain his anger.
Pig iron may contain 4％ of carbon.
This drink doesn't contain any alcohol.
Some mushrooms contain a deadly poison.
It took an almost superhuman effort to contain his anger.
Foods that contain only medium levels of sodium are bread, cakes, milk, butter and margarine.
Most urban water supplies in the United States now contain fluoride in varying amounts.
To explain this, they hypothesise that galaxies must contain a great deal of missing matter which cannot be detected.
Our range of herbal teas contain no preservatives, colourings or artificial flavourings.
The offspring contain a mixture of the genetic blueprint of each parent.
These reports clearly contain elements of propaganda.
The latest Japanese vacuum cleaners contain sensors that detect the amount of dust and type of floor.
But he was bursting with curiosity, and one day he just couldn't contain himself. "What are you going to do?" he asked.
The problem was that the exhaust gases contain many toxins.
Although most condoms contain spermicide, there are some manufactured without.
He was unable to contain his own destructive feelings.
Dehydrated meals, soups and sauces contain a lot of salt.
The faeces contain nitrogen and it is that which fertilises the desert soil.
contain, include, embrace, involve, comprehend, hold, comprise
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