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entertainment

noun [C or U]
 
 
/en.təˈteɪn.mənt/ US  /-t̬ɚ-/
shows, films, television, or other performances or activities that entertain people, or a performance of this type
娱乐,娱乐节目;娱乐表演
There's not much in the way of entertainment in this town - just the cinema and a couple of pubs.
这个城镇没多少娱乐活动——也就是这家影院和几家酒馆。
formal This season's entertainments include five new plays and several concerts of Chinese and Indian music.
这个演出季的演出节目包括5部新剧和几场中国和印度音乐的音乐会。
Spectacles and performances
Translations of “entertainment”
in Korean 연예…
in Arabic تَسْلية…
in Portuguese entretenimento, diversão…
in Catalan entreteniment…
in Japanese 娯楽…
in Italian intrattenimento, spettacolo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 娛樂,娛樂節目, 娛樂表演…
in Russian развлечение, представление…
in Turkish eğlence, şov, cümbüş…
in Polish rozrywka…
(Definition of entertainment from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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