ES entretenerse
volume_up
{verb}

1. general

entretenerse
to busy oneself with sth
volume_up
to linger {v.i.} (delay leaving)
entretenerse (also: detenerse)
volume_up
to tarry {v.i.} [arch.] (delay)

2. "distraerse, pasar el tiempo"

entretenerse
entretenerse
volume_up
to keep occupied {vb}
entretenerse
volume_up
to keep oneself busy {vb}
entretenerse
volume_up
to keep oneself occupied {vb}

Context sentences for "entretenerse" in English

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SpanishKate utiliza también Windows 7 de una manera mucho más prosaica: para entretenerse en sus viajes.
Kate also uses Windows 7 in a much more prosaic way: for on-the-road entertainment.
SpanishUna “África lavada en sangre” era una fantasía con la que una persona sensata e inteligente no debería entretenerse.
A blood-washed Africa was a wild fantasy not to be entertained by sensible people.
Spanishpor cierto que tiene en qué entretenerse, con siete niños
she certainly has her hands full with seven children
Spanish¿Qué lleva a los jóvenes de 13 a 17 años de edad a atacar e incluso matar a personas indefensas simplemente para entretenerse?
There is a high level of violence among young people everywhere, and this is a very serious problem.
SpanishEl Gobierno croata tiene en qué entretenerse.
So the Croatian Government has its hands full.
SpanishUno se ve obligado a ser sólo solidario consigo mismo y entretenerse con todo tipo de asuntos superfluos de dinero.
Everyone is being compelled just to think of their own interests, and to start attending to all kinds of unnecessary financial matters.
Spanish¿Qué lleva a los jóvenes de 13 a 17 años de edad a atacar e incluso matar a personas indefensas simplemente para entretenerse?
What leads young people between 13 and 17 years of age to attack and even kill defenceless individuals as a form of entertainment?