Definition of Entertainment center

1. Noun. A wall unit containing sound and television systems.

Generic synonyms: Wall Unit



Definition of Entertainment center

1. Noun. A piece of furniture, usually composed of a shelves and possibly also including cabinets, used to house major electronic items used for entertainment, such as a television set, a VCR and/or DVD player, stereo components, and cable or satellite television receivers. ¹

2. Noun. A location to which people congregate to be entertained by performances or amusing activities. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Entertainment Center

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enters
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entertaining
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entertainment center (current term)
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Literary usage of Entertainment center

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1. The Virginia Handbook by Blair Howard, Mary K. Burnham, Bill Burnham (2005)
"entertainment center in the Square, at One Market Square in downtown Roanoke, is a unique facility housing seven independent cultural organizations under ..."

2. The Social Center by Edward Joshua Ward (1913)
"... on separate evenings, with proper equipment and supervision, and for use as a branch public library, a lecture and entertainment center, et cetera. ..."

3. The Social Center by Edward Joshua Ward (1913)
"... on separate evenings, with proper equipment and supervision, and for use as a branch public library, a lecture and entertainment center, et cetera. ..."

4. A Jewish Chaplain in France by Lee Joseph Levinger (1921)
"The Paris office, and still later the club rooms on Eue Clement Marot, were the entertainment center for the Paris district and all its many visitors. ..."

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