Definition for "contain"
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Urban Dictionary for "contain"
- is capable of holding.
- To have as component parts; integrate or include: The record album contains numerous memorable songs.
- to put on or hold within restrictions; restrain: I could hardly consist of my curiosity.
- to prevent the spread or improvement; check: Science sought a powerful approach to containing the condition.
- to check on the expansion or impact of (a hostile energy or ideology) by containment.
- Mathematics To be precisely divisible by.
- To hold within fixed limitations; to comprise; to incorporate; to inclose; to put on.
- to possess convenience of; to be able to hold; to keep; to be equivalent to.
- to place constraint upon; to restrain; to confine; to keep within bounds.
- : to add as a component.
- : To restrict through discipline.
- to possess as an element.
- To restrain need; to live in continence or chastity.
- contain or hold; have actually within
- include or contain; have as a factor
- be divisible by
- allow you to holding or containing
- hold back, by a danger or an enemy; look at the growth or impact of
- lessen the intensity of; temperament; hold in discipline; hold or keep within limits
- To restrain desire; to call home in continence or chastity.
- to put up within fixed limits; comprehend; comprise; consist of; hold.
- become effective at keeping; have, as a vessel, an interior amount equal to: because, this vessel contains two gallons.
- To comprise, as a writing; have as articles.
- to put on in opinion; regard (with).
- Reflexively, to conduct or deport (one's self); hence, to do something; do.
- to place restraint on; restrain; retain; withhold.
- Reflexively, to help keep within bounds; hold in; modest.
- In math, to be divisible by, without a remainder.
- To restrain or control need, activity, or feeling.
- To exist; be held or included; be or stay.
- 3. To carry out a person's self; can be found in activity; behave.
- To hold (a body of troops) in place, typically by deploying the containing force in its front and threatening an attack.