Article about Entertaiment
An agreeable occupation of the mind; diversion or amusement: Solving the daily crossword puzzle is an entertainment for many. Something affording pleasure, amusement, or diversion: The highlight of the ball was the entertainment.
The word entertainment derives from the Latin inter tenere, derived from the prefix inter meaning “inside,” and the suffix tenere, which is related to the Indo-European root ten, meaning to hold inside. See also amuse, divert, and occupy.
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