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Adjective
Given hospitality
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In a state of being entertained
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Deflected
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To have instigated the curiosity or attention of someone
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To have invited someone somewhere
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Past tense for to provide (someone) with amusement or enjoyment
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“Street performers from the world over entertain the crowd whilst buskers provide the soundtrack.”
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Past tense for to receive (someone) as a guest and provide them with food and drink
“Having bar furniture in your house, you will be able to entertain friends and guests more easily.”
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Past tense for to consider or give serious or careful thought to
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“Again the retail sector's cynics refused to entertain the idea.”
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Past tense for to have someone over at one's home for a party or visit
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Past tense for to have someone over at one's home for a party or visit
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Past tense for to attract and hold interest and attention of
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Past tense for to have space for accommodating a given number of people
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Past tense for to give great joy, delight or pleasure to
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Past tense for to meet others socially
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Past tense for to insert or introduce
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Past tense for to invite somebody, especially on a date
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Past tense for to solicit money by entertaining the public in the street or in public transport
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Past tense for to foresee or predict the future occurrence of something
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Past tense for throw a party for someone
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Past tense for to entertain the possibility of
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Past tense for to stimulate or excite in a pleasurable way
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Past tense for to sing or play a serenade (for someone)
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Costarred or starred
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Past tense for to satisfy or yield freely to (a desire or interest)
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Past tense for to suffuse with vigor, life, energy, or spirit
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Past tense for to accept something willingly or gladly
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(colloquial) Past tense for to poke fun at or make fun of
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Past tense for to impute meaning that is not explicitly stated
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Past tense for to accept or agree to receive
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