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Lettris is a curious tetris-clone game where all the bricks have the same square shape but different content. Each square carries a letter. To make squares disappear and save space for other squares you have to assemble English words (left, right, up, down) from the falling squares.
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1.an activity that is diverting and that holds the attention
EntertainmentEn`ter*tain"ment (?), n. [Cf. OF. entretenement.]
1. The act of receiving as host, or of amusing, admitting, or cherishing; hospitable reception; also, reception or treatment, in general.
The entertainment of Christ by faith. Baxter.
The sincere entertainment and practice of the precepts of the gospel. Bp. Sprat.
2. That which entertains, or with which one is entertained; as: (a) Hospitality; hospitable provision for the wants of a guest; especially, provision for the table; a hospitable repast; a feast; a formal or elegant meal. (b) That which engages the attention agreeably, amuses or diverts, whether in private, as by conversation, etc., or in public, by performances of some kind; amusement.
Theatrical entertainments conducted with greater elegance and refinement. Prescott.
3. Admission into service; service.
Some band of strangers in the adversary's entertainment. Shak.
4. Payment of soldiers or servants; wages. [Obs.]
The entertainment of the general upon his first arrival was but six shillings and eight pence. Sir J. Davies.
Syn. -- Amusement; diversion; recreation; pastime; sport; feast; banquet; repast; carousal.
Arabian Nights' Entertainment • entertainment center • entertainment centre • entertainment deduction • entertainment industry • entertainment programme • home entertainment • travel and entertainment account
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(changeable; uncertain; unsettled; variable), (motor; motoric; motional), (fall; go; grow; turn; get; become), (changing; change; variation; alteration; modification; adjustment), (change; alter; modify), (modifier), (variability; variableness; variance)[Thème]
(changeable; uncertain; unsettled; variable), (motor; motoric; motional), (fall; go; grow; turn; get; become), (changing; change; variation; alteration; modification; adjustment), (change; alter; modify), (modifier), (variability; variableness; variance)[Caract.]
enjoyment; fun; pleasure; relish[Classe]
faire rire (fr)[Classe]
plaisir de la fête (fr)[Classe]
play, recreate - amuse, beguile, disport, distract, divert, entertain, take s.o.'s mind off things, tickle - recreational - amusement, entertainment - cabaret artiste, entertainer - diversion, recreation - amusing, amusive, diverting[Dérivé]
plaisir de la fête (fr)[Classe]
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Entertainment is an action, event or activity that aims to entertain, amuse and interest an audience ("audience" can consist of one person). The audience may have a passive role, as in the case of persons watching a play or opera, a television show or a movie, or active, as in the case of a video game. More participatory or traditional activities, or those involving relatively static presentations, such as celebrating holidays, playing games, reading, making arts and crafts or viewing works of art are not generally considered entertainment, but rather as pastimes, for entertainment generally requires that the supplier of the show is visible to the viewer, with the exception of video games. Entertainment can attract an audience and influence their actions and thoughts. With respect to those participating in them, active forms of amusement, such as sports, are more often considered to be recreation. Activities such as personal reading or practicing a musical instrument are considered to be hobbies or pastimes.
Entertainment may also provide fun, enjoyment and laughter. The industry that provides entertainment is called the entertainment industry. There are many forms of entertainment for example: cinema, theatre, sports, games and social dance. Puppets, clowns, pantomimes and cartoons tend to appeal to children, though many adults may also find them enjoyable.
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Most entertainment expects or requires an audience to be passive. Such entertainment may include watching a film or theatrical production and other live performance such as circus, plays, musicals, farces, monologues and pantomimes provide cinematic and theatric entertainment.
Comedy provides laughter and amusement. The audience is taken by surprise, by the parody or satire of an unexpected effect or an opposite expectations of their cultural beliefs. Slapstick film, one-liner joke, observational humor are forms of comedy which have developed since the early days of jesters and traveling minstrels.
Comics contain text and drawings which convey an entertaining narrative. Several famous comics revolve around super heroes such as Superman and Batman. Marvel Comics and DC Comics are two publishers of comic books. Manga is the Japanese word for comic and print cartoons.
Caricature is a graphical entertainment. The purpose may vary from merely putting smile on the viewers face, to raising social awareness, to highlighting the moral vices of a person being caricatured.
Many people find involvement in social dance to be entertaining. Many people listen to or watch musical entertainment.
Games provide relaxation and diversion. Games may be played by one person for their own entertainment, or by a group of people. Games may be played for achievement or money such as gambling or bingo. Racing, chess or checkers may develop physical or mental prowess. Games may be geared for children, or may be played outdoors such as lawn bowling. Equipment may be necessary to play the game such as a deck of cards for card games, or a board and markers for board games such as Monopoly, or backgammon. This can include ball games, Blind man's bluff, board games, card games, children's games, croquet, Frisbee, hide and seek, number games, paintball and video games.
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