Collocations Associated With Entertaiment



Entertaiment is a broad category of art and culture that keeps people occupied, amused, and diverted. It reflects the complexities of human emotion and intellect, offering everything from escapism to education, and from catharsis to cerebral engagement. Entertaiment can be experienced in many ways, from reading a gripping novel to playing a stimulating video game. Click on a collocation to see more examples.
From Middle English entertainment, from Old French entretenement. More at entertain.
The Oxford Dictionary of English maintains a list of common collocations that are considered particularly entertaining. This list is not a complete listing, as many colloquial phrases and expressions have no fixed equivalent in English.