Collocations That Mean Entertaiment

Entertaiment — the collection of all forms of enjoyment and amusement, from a simple meal for two to a world-class opera. The collection illustrates how entertainment is transformed by changing tastes, technologies, and the ways that people consume it. The collection also shows how familiar forms and themes have a seemingly infinite capacity to be remixed for new audiences. These examples have been programmatically compiled from various online sources and do not represent the opinions of Merriam-Webster or its editors.

Click on a collocation to see more examples. The word entertain is from the Medieval Latin intertenere, which means to hold inside; the Indo-European root is ten.