Entertaiment | Merriam-Webster

From the Old French entretenir, meaning to hold together or support; originally associated with hospitality. Today, it is a general term for amusement or distraction, from the clown at the birthday party to Broadway shows and stadium rock concerts; from lewd songs to the war of the potato chips. The familiar forms of entertainment have the ability to cross over different media and have demonstrated a seemingly endless capacity for creative remix, ensuring the longevity and endurance of many themes and images.

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