I found this line at the end of an application. What does it mean actually? When to use it?
Thank you for entertaining my application.
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The maker of the sentence may have meant the meaning of "consider/think about".
The Bradfords always entertained lavishly at Christmas.
They entertained us to lunch in their new house.
Everyone was thoroughly entertained.
She entertained us with stories of her travels.
Phrases ~ and educate, ~ and enlighten, ~ and inform | keep sb ~ed
Films can entertain and educate, make you laugh or cry.
We hired a magician to keep the children entertained.
I am amazed that such a crazy idea could be seriously entertained.
She would make no promises, but was willing to entertain the idea.