A pleasurable or agreeable diversion; an amusement: a ball, a play. Something that occupies and diverts the mind, such as a crossword puzzle or a political news show. Entertainment is a broad and dynamic field that encompasses art, music, literature, film, games, and more. The experience of entertainment varies across different groups and individuals, from young children who enjoy cartoons and playgrounds to adults who prefer fine art, jazz concerts, and sophisticated dramas. It can evoke strong emotions, such as joy and fear, or serve as a form of emotional catharsis. It can also be intellectually challenging, such as a complex video game or a demanding documentary.
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