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Translation of "entertain" - English-Spanish dictionary

entertain

verb   /ˌen·təˈteɪn/
B1 to keep someone interested and help them to have an enjoyable time entretener We hired a clown to entertain the children.
to invite someone to be your guest and give them food and drink tener invitados We don’t entertain as much as we used to.
(Definition of entertain from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

entertain

verb /entəˈtein/
to hold in the mind abrigar He entertained the hope that he would one day be Prime Minister.
to amuse divertir, entretener His stories entertained us for hours.
to receive, and give food etc to (guests) recibir They’re entertaining guests for dinner this evening.
entertainer noun
one who gives amusing performances professionally artista a circus entertainer.
entertaining adjective
amusing divertido, entretenido entertaining stories.
entertainment noun
something that entertains, eg a theatrical show etc. espectáculo
the act of entertaining. entretenimiento
amusement; interest diversión There is no lack of entertainment in the city at night.
(Definition of entertain from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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