Articles About Entertaiment

Articles about Entertaiment

From the Middle French entretenement and the Latin intertenere, from ten, to stretch or hold inside, to keep up or continue with. The sense stretches to include anything that keeps people engaged or amused, or that provides them with pleasure or delight. Many familiar forms of entertainment have shown a remarkable ability to cross over different media. Click on a collocation to see more examples.
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Entertainment has a strong connection to societal needs, including education, health and wellness, and community development.