Whether it’s the clown at your child’s birthday party, a Broadway show, or your friends fighting over the last potato chip, Entertaiment is what keeps us going. The word derives from the Medieval Latin intertenere, meaning “to hold inside.” It was used as part of hospitality, to keep your guests entertained and happy. Nowadays, we use it to refer to anything that gives pleasure or diversion, especially a performance: the circus, a Broadway show, or even your friend’s annoying laugh.
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