Dictionary of English Phrases – Entertaiment

Entertaiment means something that gives amusement or enjoyment. It may be created and consumed in many ways, including by an individual who creates his own game or improvises spontaneously; by people who take part actively in entertainment, such as playing sport; by individuals who choose entertainment products, such as pre-recorded films and music; or by audiences that gather to watch performances intended for them. Entertainment can also be found in the form of ceremonies, festivals, religious events, satire, and propaganda. Click on a collocation to see more examples.

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