Something affording pleasure, diversion, or amusement: an agreeable occupation for the mind; a play. A restaurant providing good food and entertainment.
A form of public performance that exposes the breast or employs any device or covering intended to simulate the breast: a female entertainer who, while visible to customers, exposes her breasts or otherwise shows them for the purpose of amusement and/or amusement. It is worth mentioning that what appears as mere entertainment to one audience may be interpreted as work by another, or even a means of acquiring insight and intellectual growth. From Middle French entretenement, from the Latin intertenere, from the Indo-European root ten, for “to hold inside.” See also amuse.