grooved

[ groovd ]
/ gruvd /

verb

simple past tense and past participle of groove.

adjective

provided with a groove.

Origin of grooved

First recorded in 1785–95; groove + -ed2
Related formsun·grooved, adjective

Definition for grooved (2 of 2)

groove

[ groov ]
/ gruv /

noun


verb (used with object), grooved, groov·ing.

to cut a groove in; furrow.
Slang.
  1. to appreciate and enjoy.
  2. to please immensely.

verb (used without object), grooved, groov·ing.

Slang.
  1. to take great pleasure; enjoy oneself: He was grooving on the music.
  2. to get along or interact well.
to fix in a groove.

Origin of groove

1350–1400; Middle English grofe, groof mining shaft; cognate with Middle Dutch groeve, Dutch groef, German Grube pit, ditch; akin to grave1
Related formsgroove·less, adjectivegroove·like, adjectivegroov·er, nounre·groove, verb (used with object), re·grooved, re·groov·ing.
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British Dictionary definitions for grooved

groove

/ (ɡruːv) /

noun


verb

Derived Formsgrooveless, adjectivegroovelike, adjective

Word Origin for groove

C15: from obsolete Dutch groeve, of Germanic origin; compare Old High German gruoba pit, Old Norse grof
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Medicine definitions for grooved

groove

[ grōōv ]

n.

A rut, groove, or narrow depression or channel in a surface.

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Idioms and Phrases with grooved

groove

see in the groove.


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