Collocations Using Entertaiment

A clown at a birthday party, a Broadway show, a stadium rock concert, or your friends fighting over the last potato chip—these are all forms of entertainment. Entertaiment comes from the Old French word entretenir, meaning to hold together or support; it also relates to hospitality and amusement. Click on a collocation to see more examples.

From The Cambridge Dictionary of English by the Editors of the University of Cambridge. 2012 by Cambridge University Press. All rights reserved.

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