to understand thoroughly and intuitively: The code is simple enough that you should be able to grok what it does.
to communicate sympathetically.
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How to use grok in a sentence
The public would also then have enough time to grok the city attorney’s dissenting opinion on the settlement, or both legal and policy reasons.Politics Report: The People Asked for Time and Now They Get Time Because What They Really Wanted Was Time | Scott Lewis and Andrew Keatts | July 2, 2022 | Voice of San Diego
Even if you know what you want from your next smartphone, it’s hard to grok a phone’s quality based on spec lists alone, and even harder to parse the differences between models with seemingly identical components.The best Android phones from affordable to flagship | Brendan Hesse | November 4, 2021 | Popular-Science
Nobody’s going to grok what you’re looking for in the outdoors, and the best way to find it, better than you.
While multiple components up front influence the air flow, the one that’s easiest to grok is called an underwing.This Cadillac gets heavier the faster it goes—and that’s a good thing | Rob Verger | July 1, 2021 | Popular-Science
He noted that public tech-focused investors don’t always grok the insurance elements of his business, while insurance investors don’t always grok the tech side of Root.
Woe unto the politicians and parties that fail to grok this, as they will face only bigger and bigger losses in market share.
Really, really grok that, if our half of the species is ever going to be worth a damn.Your Princess Is in Another Castle: Misogyny, Entitlement, and Nerds | Arthur Chu | May 27, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST