Amusement or diversion including public performances or shows Entertainment--including music--is usually created with the needs of the audience in mind, first and foremost
That which entertains, or with which one is entertained; as: (a) Hospitality; hospitable provision for the wants of a guest; especially, provision for the table; a hospitable repast; a feast; a formal or elegant meal
A piece of furniture, usually composed of a shelves and possibly also including cabinets, used to house major electronic items used for entertainment, such as a television set, a VCR and/or DVD player, stereo components, and cable or satellite television receivers
Over-all view of the author's home entertainment center which includes a TV set and bookshelves in addition to the amplifier and speaker enclosure.
Major U.S. film studio. It originated in 1920 when brothers Jack and Harry Cohn formed a company with Joe Brandt to produce short films and low-budget westerns. It became Columbia Pictures in 1924. Harry Cohn, who served as president and head of production from 1932 until his death in 1958, was the driving force behind its success. The studio produced the 1930s films of Frank Capra and many other successful films, including All the King's Men (1949), From Here to Eternity (1953), Lawrence of Arabia (1962), Five Easy Pieces (1970), Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977), and The Last Emperor (1987). After Columbia was purchased by the Coca-Cola Co. in 1982, it helped launch Tri-Star Pictures. The two studios merged in 1987 as Columbia Pictures Entertainment, which was bought by Sony Corp. in 1989
If you entertain an idea or suggestion, you allow yourself to consider it as possible or as worth thinking about seriously. I feel how foolish I am to entertain doubts I wouldn't entertain the idea of such an unsociable job
If you entertain people, you provide food and drink for them, for example when you have invited them to your house. I don't like to entertain guests anymore The Monroes continued to entertain extravagantly. + entertaining en·ter·tain·ing a cosy area for entertaining and relaxing
If a performer, performance, or activity entertains you, it amuses you, interests you, or gives you pleasure. They were entertained by top singers, dancers and celebrities Children's television not only entertains but also teaches. + entertaining en·ter·tain·ing To generate new money the sport needs to be more entertaining This is a surprisingly entertaining film
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