Collocations of Entertaiment

Entertaiment is a broad and evocative category. Many of its most familiar forms have the capacity to cross over different media, demonstrating an apparent unlimited potential for creative remix. This seemingly limitless variety is perhaps partly responsible for the longevity of certain images and structures. Many groups, individuals and foundations contribute to the societal need for entertainment in a wide range of areas. Click on a collocation to see more examples.

The word comes from the Medieval Latin inter tenere, which means “to hold inside.” It is a compound of the prefix inter, meaning “inside,” and the Latin suffix tenere, derived from the Indo-European root ten, which means to stretch.