Articles About Entertaiment

Articles about Entertaiment

From Middle English entretenement, from Old French entretene ‘entertain, amuse, delight’, from entret ‘amuse, gratify’. The sense of enjoyment has developed to be the primary idea, although many entertainments have a more serious purpose. They may be for a small group, as with a banquet, or for thousands at a stadium event. The forms of entertainment have varied enormously and been adapted to suit all tastes. Click on a collocation to see more examples.
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