- v.款待，招待( entertain的过去式和过去分词 ); 使欢乐; 使娱乐; 抱有;
They were entertained by top singers, dancers and celebrities.
He treated them seriously and, on occasion, entertained them hilariously.
Clients are entertained within private dining rooms.
Fears are entertained that the railway will be blocked by the snow.
They were entertained at a tea party.
They entertained a firm belief in final victory.
The Bradfords always entertained lavishly at Christmas.
He kindly entertained me to dinner.
We entertained friends to lunch.
She entertained her guests handsomely.
We were all entertained by his tricks.
He entertained us with reminiscence of his childhood.
This should save her from boredom and will also relieve the pressure on you to keep her entertained.
At Peking was the Great Khan, and they were hospitably entertained.
英汉非文学 - 历史
Guests were rarely entertained in the library.
1. pleasantly occupied;
"We are not amused" -Queen Victoria