Collocations Associated With Entertaiment

Entertaiment is an important element in keeping the audience happy and satisfied. It can take a variety of forms, from the clown at a birthday party to a Broadway show or stadium rock concert, but is usually a performance. It is often associated with amusement and laughter, but can also have a serious purpose such as in ceremonies, festivals or satire.

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From Old French entretenement, from the verb to entertain (to hold together) or support; originally associated with hospitality. Now used as a general word for amusement and distraction: the theatrical entertainment of shows, visual entertainment such as art, and audio entertainment mainly music.