Collocations Using the Word Entertaiment


Entertaiment is a form of recreation, diverting people from their daily concerns or routines for a short time and providing enjoyment. This can include activities such as watching movies, going to concerts, playing games, reading books or engaging in social gatherings. The word is derived from the Latin intertenere and the Indo-European root ten, meaning “to hold inside,” and may refer to a holding company or an entertainment news website.

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Dan had a lot of stereo entertainment equipment in his room. He often sang to entertain himself. He also listened to lewd songs. He should be careful not to listen to lewd music in front of children. He could damage their psychological development. He should find some other forms of entertainment.