Articles about Entertaiment
An act or piece of entertainment.
The word has come to have a very broad meaning, from the simplest entertainment for one person to elaborate spectacles intended for thousands. It can include any activity that provides pleasure and amusement, although many forms of entertainment may have serious purposes as well: ceremonies, celebrations, religious festivals, satire, etc. It can encompass a wide range of media, from a film or play to the food served in a restaurant or hotel. It also includes the ephemeral activities of sport and games. A common suffix of Latin origin forming nouns (amazement, betterment, merriment) by adding the effect or product of the verb to its stem (for example, commence-e-ment from commenc-er). Also used with some English verb stems to form adjectives.