Entertaiment is the agreeable occupation of the mind; a diversion; amusement: solving a crossword is an entertainment; attending a ball is an entertainment. Entertaiment also means the provision or arrangement of entertainment for guests; hospitable provision for their wants and pleasures: She provides her guests with plenty of entertainment.

The word entertain comes from the Medieval Latin intertenere, from the prefix inter meaning “inside” and the Latin suffix tenere, derived from the Indo-European root ten. See more at the Dictionary of the English Language.

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