Entertaiment Collocations and Meanings

Entertaiment is a magazine that entertains with articles on the latest fashion, social activities and other events.

A person who is a well-known member of fashionable society and enjoys social activities and entertainment is called a socialite.

The book is intended for children, but it entertains grown-ups too.

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From Middle English entretenement, from the Latin intertenere, to hold inside; to amuse or divert. See also entertain.