Collocations containing Entertaiment


In the present context, entertaiment may refer to any activity involving amusement, though it is usually understood in terms of entertainment provided for an audience. This can range from a simple play or joke for one person to a full-scale theatrical production intended for thousands. It also includes many forms of ceremonial celebration, religious festival or satire. Click on a collocation to see more examples.
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This article was originally published in July 2016. It has been updated for the latest release of the English-Spanish Dictionary of Technology.

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