Collocations With Entertaiment


Entertaiment — from the Medieval Latin intertenere, meaning “to hold inside” — has become a widely used word with an enormous range of associations. It is a synonym for amusement, and it may be viewed as a social function or an aesthetic art. The experience can be personal, such as choosing a movie for entertainment, or public, such as watching a performance intended for thousands. Click on the buttons below to see collocations with related words. These examples come from corpora and other sources collected by Practical English Usage. They are not the opinion of Cambridge University Press or its licensors.

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