Collocations for “Entertaiment”


Entertaiment is a word that can take many forms: the simplest form is private entertainment, now available in a vast array of pre-recorded products; it can be a meal adapted to two people; it may be a banquet or party for a large number of people; it can be performances intended for thousands; it can be an event for the whole community. But all forms share a common element of amusement, though some may have more serious purposes, such as ceremony, celebration, religious festival or satire. Click on the collocation buttons to see more examples. These examples have been automatically compiled from corpora and web sources. They are provided as a sample and do not represent the opinion of Merriam-Webster or its editors.