But, what exactly does it mean? Does the word "pure" mean "complete"? Is it equal to "excellent enjoyment"?
Any comments would be helpful, thanks! Any rephrasing of the sentence will be even more helpful.
"Pure entertainment", you'd say it's the usual advertising language.
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So, can I express the same meaning with "People go to Australia for the best enjoyment."?
Or "People go to Australia for complete satisfaction."
Or what would you suggest?
"complete satisfaction" sounds ok, but "great" might be better. "Complete" usually implies something in a certain context, but the context here is more general than specific.
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