Definition of 'entertaining'
Example sentences containing 'entertaining'
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We sit out here at night, and the patio's nice for entertaining. THE AMBASSADOR'S WOMEN (1993)Without the herb garden, clearly I shouldn't ever have had the pleasure of entertaining you here. THE HARDIE INHERITANCE (1993)She knew that even in the most slapdash manner she could not tackle the high entertaining rooms. THE HARDIE INHERITANCE (1993)
Kevin, who'd bought his story without reservation, was, for the first time, entertaining a doubt or two. BLACK EAGLES (1993)
Synonyms of 'entertaining'
enjoyable, interesting, pleasing, funny
Trends of 'entertaining'
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Translations for 'entertaining'
British English: entertaining /ˌɛntəˈteɪnɪŋ/ ADJECTIVE
Something that is entertaining is amusing or interesting.
...an entertaining movie.
- American English: entertaining
- Arabic: مُسَلٍّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: divertido
- Chinese: 有趣的
- Croatian: zabavan
- Czech: zábavný
- Danish: underholdende
- Dutch: amusant
- European Spanish: entretenido
- Finnish: viihdyttävä
- French: amusant
- German: unterhaltsam
- Greek: διασκεδαστικός
- Italian: divertente
- Japanese: 愉快な
- Korean: 재미있는
- Norwegian: underholdende
- Polish: zabawny
- European Portuguese: divertido
- Romanian: distractiv
- Russian: развлекательный
- Spanish: entretenido
- Swedish: underhållande
- Thai: ซึ่งสนุกสนานเพลิดเพลิน
- Turkish: eğlendirici
- Ukrainian: розважальний
- Vietnamese: vui thú
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