Definition of 'entertainer'
Example sentences containing 'entertainer'
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You don't want to be the great entertainers, you want to be the team that plays winning football. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Yet this is a great entertainer for the new year. Times, Sunday Times (2006)He is one of the great entertainers and comedians of our time. CELEBRATING SECOMBE: A Tribute to Sir Harry Secombe (2002)Which popular entertainer do you think they put on the cover? Times, Sunday Times (2012)The club spends hundreds of millions of pounds but are hardly the great entertainers. The Sun (2011)He went on to become the most popular entertainer of the age. THE SCOTTISH ENLIGHTENMENT: The Scots' Invention of the Modern World (2002)Maybe it is time to shelve expectations and simply enjoy the twilight years of a great entertainer. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Have you become too much of a popular entertainer? Times, Sunday Times (2012)You are ready for something new and joining a local group of entertainers is a great way to find it. The Sun (2014)He knows he is not the best singer in the competition but he certainly makes up for it as a great entertainer. The Sun (2012)He owns the stage when he is out there and is a great all-round entertainer. The Sun (2010)He also became a popular dinner-party entertainer. Times, Sunday Times (2012)I am a performer and an entertainer and no one should forget that. The Sun (2013)CITY bosses are clamping down on street entertainers following complaints about a knife thrower in a crowded high street. The Sun (2013)I didn't give a fig about us not being great entertainers. The Sun (2008)He's a singer, an entertainer. The Sun (2016)He is an all-round entertainer. The Sun (2013)Entertainment from midday including face painters, street entertainers and family-friendly fireworks. The Sun (2014)I am a great entertainer,' he said. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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Translations for 'entertainer'
British English: entertainer /ˌɛntəˈteɪnə/ NOUN
An entertainer is a person whose job is to entertain audiences, for example by telling jokes, singing, or dancing.
Some people called him the greatest entertainer of the twentieth century.
- American English: entertainer
- Arabic: مُسَلٍّ فنان
- Brazilian Portuguese: animador
- Chinese: 演艺人员
- Croatian: zabavljač
- Czech: bavič
- Danish: entertainer
- Dutch: entertainer
- European Spanish: animador artista
- Finnish: viihdetaiteilija
- French: artiste variétés
- German: Entertainer
- Greek: διασκεδαστής
- Italian: intrattenitore
- Japanese: エンターテイナー
- Korean: 연예인
- Norwegian: underholdningsartist
- Polish: artysta rozrywkowy
- European Portuguese: animador
- Romanian: actor
- Russian: эстрадный артист
- Spanish: animador
- Swedish: underhållare
- Thai: ผู้ให้ความบันเทิง
- Turkish: eğlence düzenleyen
- Ukrainian: конферансьє
- Vietnamese: người làm trò giải trí
Definition of entertainer from the Collins English Dictionary
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