English version

content (for somebody) to do something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcontent (for somebody) to do somethingcontent (for somebody) to do somethingwilling to do or accept something, rather than doing more She sat quietly, content to watch him working. He seemed quite content to let Steve do the talking. Dr Belson had been more than content for them to deal with any difficulties. content
Examples from the Corpus
more than contentHe hadn't been offered the part in the first place and was more than content in the role of Smee.She played smoochy soul and sipped well-chilled Sauvignon as she pottered, more than content with her own company.
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