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entertainment definition

  • noun:
    • The act of enjoyable.
    • The art or industry of entertaining.
    • something which amuses, pleases, or diverts, specially a performance or show.
    • The enjoyment afforded when you're amused; entertainment: The comedian performed for our entertainment.
    • Archaic Maintenance; support.
    • Obsolete Job.
    • a task made to provide satisfaction or leisure to an audience, no matter whether the audience participates passively as with watching opera or a movie, or actively as with games.
    • a show placed on the pleasure or amusement of others
    • upkeep or assistance
    • Admission into solution; solution.
    • Payment of soldiers or servants; wages.
    • The work of receiving as host, or of amusing, admitting, or cherishing; welcoming reception; in addition, reception or treatment, overall.
    • what entertains, or with what type is entertained
    • Hospitality; welcoming supply when it comes to desires of a guest; particularly, supply for the table; a hospitable repast; a feast; a formal or elegant meal.
    • what engages the attention agreeably, amuses or diverts, whether in private, as by conversation, etc., or in community, by performances of some type; enjoyment.
    • Admission into service; service.
    • repayment of soldiers or servants; earnings.
    • The work of decorating accommodation, refreshment, good cheer, or diversion; what entertains, or even the act of entertaining, as by hospitality, acceptable attentions, or entertainment.
    • An exhibition or a performance which affords instruction or enjoyment; the work of providing gratification or diversion: as, the entertainment of pals with a supper and dance; a musical or dramatic enjoyment.
    • Maintenance; support; actual or emotional supply; means of upkeep, and/or condition of being supported, as with service, under suffering, etc.
    • Mental satisfaction; training or entertainment afforded by something seen or heard, as a spectacle, a play, discussion or tale, songs or recitation.
    • Reception; treatment.
    • A holding or harboring inside brain; a taking under consideration: since, the enjoyment of extravagant notions; the activity of a proposal.
    • Synonyms and Diversion, Recreation, etc. See pastime.
    • an activity that's diverting and that holds the attention
    • The act of enjoyable.
    • The art or area of entertaining.
    • a thing that amuses, pleases, or diverts, especially a performance or tv show.
    • The enjoyment afforded when you're entertained; entertainment: The comedian performed for the entertainment.
    • Archaic Maintenance; support.
    • Obsolete Employment.
    • An activity made to provide pleasure or leisure to an audience, whether or not the viewers participates passively such as seeing opera or a film, or definitely like in games.
    • a show put-on for the enjoyment or entertainment of other individuals
    • upkeep or assistance
    • Admission into solution; solution.
    • Payment of soldiers or servants; wages.
    • The work of getting as number, or of amusing, admitting, or cherishing; welcoming reception; additionally, reception or treatment, as a whole.
    • what entertains, or with which is amused
    • Hospitality; hospitable supply for the wishes of a guest; especially, provision for the table; a hospitable repast; a feast; an official or elegant meal.
    • That which activates the attention agreeably, amuses or diverts, whether in exclusive, as by conversation, etc., or in public, by performances of some kind; enjoyment.
    • Admission into service; solution.
    • The work of entertaining.
    • The art or field of entertaining.
    • something which amuses, pleases, or diverts, particularly a performance or program.
    • The enjoyment afforded by being amused; enjoyment: The comedian performed for the entertainment.
    • Archaic Repair; help.
    • Payment of soldiers or servants; wages.
    • The act of furnishing accommodation, refreshment, great cheer, or diversion; that which entertains, and/or work of enjoyable, as by hospitality, agreeable attentions, or amusement.
    • An exhibition or a performance which affords instruction or entertainment; the work of offering gratification or diversion: since, the activity of friends with a supper and dance; a musical or dramatic enjoyment.
    • repair; support; real or emotional provision; method of maintenance, or even the condition of being supported, as with service, under suffering, etc.
    • Mental enjoyment; training or entertainment afforded by everything seen or heard, as a spectacle, a play, discussion or tale, music or recitation.
    • Reception; therapy.
    • A holding or harboring when you look at the brain; a taking into account: as, the enjoyment of extravagant notions; the entertainment of a proposal.
    • Synonyms and Diversion, Recreation, etc. See pastime.
    • a task which diverting which holds the eye
    • Obsolete Employment.
    • a task made to offer enjoyment or relaxation to a gathering, it doesn't matter if the viewers participates passively as in seeing opera or a film, or earnestly like in games.
    • a show put-on when it comes to satisfaction or amusement of others
    • upkeep or assistance
    • Admission into service; service.
    • Payment of troops or servants; earnings.
    • The act of obtaining as host, or of amusing, admitting, or cherishing; hospitable reception; in addition, reception or treatment, generally speaking.
    • whatever entertains, or with which one is amused
    • Hospitality; hospitable provision when it comes to wishes of a guest; specifically, supply for the table; a hospitable repast; a feast; a formal or elegant meal.
    • That which engages the attention agreeably, amuses or diverts, whether in private, as by discussion, etc., or in public, by shows of some kind; entertainment.
    • Admission into solution; solution.
    • repayment of soldiers or servants; earnings.
    • The act of decorating accommodation, refreshment, good cheer, or diversion; that which entertains, and/or work of enjoyable, as by hospitality, agreeable attentions, or entertainment.
    • An exhibition or a performance which affords training or enjoyment; the act of offering satisfaction or diversion: because, the activity of buddies with a supper and party; a musical or dramatic activity.
    • Maintenance; help; real or psychological provision; means of maintenance, or the condition of being supported, such as solution, under suffering, etc.
    • Mental enjoyment; training or amusement afforded by any such thing seen or heard, as a spectacle, a play, discussion or story, songs or recitation.
    • Reception; therapy.
    • A holding or harboring when you look at the brain; a taking into account: since, the enjoyment of extravagant notions; the activity of a proposal.
    • Synonyms and Diversion, Recreation, etc. See pastime.
    • an activity which diverting which holds the attention
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