entertainverbuk /en.təˈteɪn/ us /en.t̬ɚˈteɪn/
entertain verb (AMUSE)
- Milligan's anarchic humour has always had the power to offend as well as entertain.
- Year after year they wheel out the same third-rate celebrities to entertain us.
- Should the function of children's television be to entertain or to enlighten?
- The crowd was entertained with a display of aerobatics.
- The crowds were once again entertained by the number one tennis player's antics on and off the court.
entertain verb (INVITE)
entertain verb (THINK ABOUT)