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show business

noun [U]     ( informal showbiz)
the entertainment business, especially the part which is considered to be popular but not very artistic or serious (尤指流行但藝術性不高的)娛樂業,演藝界 Stars of the entertainment world turned out to celebrate his 40th year in show business. 演藝界的明星們參加了他進入演藝圈40周年的慶祝活動。 a charity dinner attended by a host of showbiz personalities 有眾多娛樂界名人參加的慈善晚宴 Spectacles and performances
(Definition of show business from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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