Examples of Entertaiment

Article about Entertaiment

In this collection of corpora and sources on the web, you can explore examples of contemporary uses of the word entertain, from television and film to books, music, sports, branded entertainment, and more. These online samples are programmatically compiled from various sources to show how the word is used today. They do not reflect the opinions of the dictionary editors or Cambridge University Press. Click on a collocation to see more examples.

From the Latin intertenere, with the prefix inter meaning “inside,” and the suffix tenere, with its Indo-European root ten, meaning to stretch or hold: to keep (someone) inside, to engage their interest, or to maintain an experience.

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