(v.) = entertain ; give + enjoyment. Ex: Libraries are changing into activity centres, where one can keep warm, or leave one's child to be entertained, but where the shelves are half-empty. Ex: Literary novels do not set out simply to entertain and give enjoyment; indeed they can be tremendously depressing. ---- * divertirse = have + fun ; amuse ; derive + enjoyment ; disport + Reflexivo ; be merry. * divertirse como nunca = have + a ball ; have + the time of + Posesivo + life ; live it up ; have + a field day. * divertirse de lo lindo = have + a ball ; have + the time of + Posesivo + life ; live it up ; have + a field day ; have + great fun ; have + good fun. * divertirse mucho = have + great fun ; have + good fun. * hacerlo para divertirse = do it for + a lark ; do it for + a laugh. * para divertirse = for kicks. * por divertirse = for kicks. * sólo por divertirse = (just) for the fun of (doing) it ; (just) for the hell of (doing) it ; (just) for the sake of it. * trabajar duro y divertirse mucho = work hard, play hard .