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rooted

[ roo-tid, root-id ]
/ ˈru tɪd, ˈrʊt ɪd /
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adjective
having roots.
firmly implanted (often used in combination): a deep-rooted belief.
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Origin of rooted

1350–1400; Middle English roted;see root1, -ed2, -ed3

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British Dictionary definitions for rooted

rooted
/ (ˈruːtɪd) /

adjective
having roots
deeply feltrooted objections
Australian slang tired or defeated
get rooted! Australian taboo, slang an exclamation of contemptuous anger or annoyance, esp against another person
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