Complete Definition of "groove"

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English

Pronunciation
Rhymes: Rhymes:English:-uːv|-uːv

Etymology
From ON. grod.

Noun
en-noun

#a long, narrow channel or depression; such a slot cut into a hard material to provide a location for an engineering component or a tyre groove.
#a fixed routine
#the middle of the strike zone in baseball where a pitch is most easily hit
#a pronounced, enjoyable rhythm

Translations
trans-top|a long, narrow channel
Czech: rýha f, žlábek m, zářez m
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Russian: желобок (želobók) m, паз (paz) m, вырез (výr'ez) m, нарез (nar'éz) m in a rifle, колея (kol'ejá) f in the road
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trans-top|a fixed routine
Czech: rutina f, vyjetá kolej f fig
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Russian: рутина (rutína), привычка (privýčka) f
trans-bottom, колея (kol'ejá) f

trans-top|a pronounced, enjoyable rhythm
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ttbc|French: rainure f
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ttbc|Spanish: ranura f
ttbc|Italian: solco m
ttbc|Telugu: గాడి (gaadi) (1, 2)
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Derived terms
groovy
tongue and groove

Verb
en-verb|groov|ed

  1. To create, dance to, or enjoy rhythmic music.

#:I was just starting to groove to the band, when we had to leave.

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