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1. The act of learning through a medium that both educates and entertains.
2. Any of various media, such as computer software, that educate and entertain.
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(Education) the presentation of informative or educational material in an entertaining style
[C20: from edu(cation) + (enter)tainment]
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ed•u•tain•ment(ˌɛdʒ ʊˈteɪn mənt)
television programs, books, software, etc., that are both educational and entertaining, esp. those intended primarily for school-age children.
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n → Edutainment nt
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