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entertainverb

  • ja楽しませる、もてなす
  • ento show hospitality to

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Dude, are you okay?
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Totally!
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Ross, you don't seem okay.
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I'm sorry, it must be the pressure of entertaining.
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At this bank in Tokyo, Nao, Sota, and Pepper are here to help customers and entertain them.
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At the airport, this robot is helping passengers to get around.
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Enjoy your first visit in Japan.
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And at this hotel, this robot is helping guests with directions.
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From Shinjuku station and get off at Shibuya station.
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We had this event client that we really, really, really, really wanted.
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And they had a very small budget for an event.
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And we wanted to make it the most incredible event.
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But obviously, we didn't have a lot of the means to do a lot of things that we're able to do now.
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So one of the things that we sacrificed was a cleaning crew.
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And it was a catered dinner.
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And so, my business partner and I were in between bussing dishes and washing dishes in the back,
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and then also going out hosting and entertaining and making sure everything was flowing properly.
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Oh, my goodness.
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They've got kids?
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Oh my goodness.
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These are people that definitely like to entertain.
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They obviously drink a lot.
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Certainly there's a lot of liquor.
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It's just not my thing.
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If you love to entertain,
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and by entertain, I mean have a couple of your 100 closest friends over,
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then this is the place to do it.
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I have this pathological need for everybody to love me.
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I was born with that.
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And I've always loved to entertain people,
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and it's part of the reason why I cook.
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'Cause that's how I tend to just do my thing, my performance art.
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We designed this to be able to seat 8 or 10 kids along it,
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and then it also transitions really well to adult dinner parties.
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Because I love entertaining so much, it makes sense that this would be my biggest splurge.

Other meanings for entertain...

entertainverb

  • ja楽しませる
  • ento amuse people in a way that brings them pleasure and enjoyment
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Make the walls bleed!
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No.
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Hey, man, we own you.
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Let's see some blood!
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I don't have to entertain you!
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Come on, man, do it!
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Do the blood thing!
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Come on, do it!
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Do it, do it, do it!
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So all of this is happening to entertain someone?
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Someone who's controlling you?
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Uh-huh.
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So why aren't you in a more entertaining scenario?
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I know you're using me.
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Okay.
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Then why say yes?
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Kicks and giggles.
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This will entertain the masses.
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What is a drag queen?
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A drag queen is someone who expresses themselves creatively through performance.
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So, dress up in wild costumes, big wigs, crazy makeup,
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and then get on stage, and perform, and entertain people.
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A sibling you would and wouldn't want to be stuck in an elevator with?
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Khloé would entertain you the entire time.
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Kendall would not 'cause she would have such bad anxiety, and freak out, and just be crying.
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And it would be a lot.
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I have a thing where we take photos.
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And they think we're taking a beautiful photo like in Africa or in the Sahara.
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And all of a sudden, I take —
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'Cause they don't know that I'm taking my boob out, so —
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Until they get the photo back.
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And so it's not funny for everyone.
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But it's funny for me.
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- And that's really all — - Right.
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The only person that I'm truly trying to entertain is myself.