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entertainment 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Noun
/ˌentərˈtānmənt/,
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entertainments, plural;
  1. The action of providing or being provided with amusement or enjoyment
    • - everyone just sits in front of the TV for entertainment
  2. An event, performance, or activity designed to entertain others
    • - a theatrical entertainment
  3. The action of receiving a guest or guests and providing them with food and drink


  1. an activity that is diverting and that holds the attention
  2. (entertain) provide entertainment for
  3. (entertain) take into consideration, have in view; "He entertained the notion of moving to South America"
  4. (entertain) harbor: maintain (a theory, thoughts, or feelings); "bear a grudge"; "entertain interesting notions"; "harbor a resentment"
  5. (entertaining) agreeably diverting; "an entertaining puppet show"; "films should be entertaining"
  6. Entertainment! is the debut album by English post-punk band Gang of Four, released in September 1979. This album was released on EMI in the UK and on Warner Bros. in the U.S..
  7. Entertainment is an American post-punk trio founded in 2002 in Athens, Georgia.
  8. An activity designed to give pleasure or relaxation to an audience, no matter whether the audience participates passively as in watching opera or a movie, or actively as in games; a show put on for the enjoyment or amusement of others; maintenance or support; Admission into service; service; ...
  9. (entertain) To amuse (someone); said especially of a professional entertainer; To have someone over at one's home for a party or visit; To have a thought in mind
  10. (Entertain) Deutsche Telekom’s Internet Protocol TV service (see also IPTV). TV signals are transported over the digital subscriber line, facilitating interactive features such as time-shift TV or access to online video stores.
  11. (Entertaining) visitors in an English country house, such as Downton Abbey
  12. To dream of an entertainment where there is music and dancing, you will have pleasant tidings of the absent, and enjoy health and prosperity. To the young, this is a dream of many and varied pleasures and the high regard of friends.
  13. Sites relating to arts & culture, lifestyle & activities, gossip, humor, match making and downloads. Downloads are defined as sites that allow users to download music, videos, images, etc.
  14. Transformed static content by creating animations about different topics that were visually appealing, interactive, and reinforced learning.
  15. The arrangement of activities, events, or meals for the promotion or advancement of the university’s mission. A primary example of entertainment expenses are those expenses incurred as part of fundraising
  16. The right of lords to stay at their vassal's manors all expenses paid.
  17. any kind of amusement whose inroads stop short of death by dejection.
  18. If you would like to invite a performer to perform at your opening reception, you are more than welcome to. Please forward the information to the curator BEFORE fliers are printed so the performer can be properly credited. As a generic, we will supply a DJ/"house music" for the opening night. ...
  19. Kim Kardashian Versus Kate Middleton: Whose Wedding is More Beautiful? (PHOTOS)
  20. Why are so many people "channel changers"? In most cases it is because they are constantly searching for something better and more entertaining than what they are currently viewing. ...
  21. Applications which relate to the entertainment industry. Examples include official destinations of movies, film studios, TV stations and programs, official fan destinations about celebrities (actors, actresses, etc. ...
  22. Games, movies, and other nerd related items.
  23. Any process which increases the happiness of some persons without necessarily increasing the creativity of any person. Entertainment which increases creativity is called "Art."
  24. Our large team of entertainers can enliven events with music, magic, and brilliant costumes.
  25. Hospitality provided, such as dinners, parties, business lunches etc. (Back to top)