Collocations of Entertaiment


Entertaiment is a broad and varied collection of texts that explores the nature of entertainment. The collection includes novels, short stories, essays, memoirs, and interviews with film directors, actors, screenwriters, musicians, designers, and other creative figures. The works include examples of high art, low culture, and everything in between. The word entertainment has its roots in the medieval Latin intertenere and the Indo-European root ten, meaning to stretch or expand. Many familiar forms of entertainment have the ability to cross over various media and have demonstrated the capacity for creative remix. Click on the collocation buttons to see similar entries.

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