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Groove

ɡruːv

Meanings of Groove:

noun

A long, narrow cut or depression in a hard material.

Usage examples:

And that is why we are having a very hard look at the grooves on club-faces right now.
verb

Make a groove or grooves in.

Usage examples:

Deep lines grooved her face

Meanings of Grooved:

adjective

Having a groove or grooves.

Usage examples:

Grooved tyres
verb

Make a groove or grooves in.

Usage examples:

Deep lines grooved her face

Grooves

ɡruːv

Meanings of Grooves:

noun

A long, narrow cut or depression in a hard material.

Usage examples:

And that is why we are having a very hard look at the grooves on club-faces right now.
verb

Make a groove or grooves in.

Usage examples:

Deep lines grooved her face

Groovier

ˈɡruː.vi

Meanings of Groovier:

adjective

Fashionable and exciting.

Usage examples:

A groovy new haircut

Grooviest

ˈɡruː.vi

Meanings of Grooviest:

adjective

Fashionable and exciting.

Usage examples:

A groovy new haircut

Grooving

ɡruːv

Meanings of Grooving:

verb

Make a groove or grooves in.

Usage examples:

Deep lines grooved her face
noun

A long, narrow cut or depression in a hard material.

Usage examples:

And that is why we are having a very hard look at the grooves on club-faces right now.

Meanings of Groovy:

adjective

Fashionable and exciting.

Usage examples:

A groovy new haircut

Meanings of Grope:

verb

Search blindly or uncertainly by feeling with the hands.

Usage examples:

She groped for her spectacles
noun

An act of fondling someone for sexual pleasure.

Usage examples:

She and steve sneaked off for a quick grope

Groped

ɡrəʊp

Meanings of Groped:

verb

Search blindly or uncertainly by feeling with the hands.

Usage examples:

She groped for her spectacles
noun

An act of fondling someone for sexual pleasure.

Usage examples:

She and steve sneaked off for a quick grope

Groper

ˈɡrəʊ.pər

Meanings of Groper:

noun

Variant spelling of grouper.

Gropers

ˈɡrəʊ.pər

Meanings of Gropers:

noun

Variant spelling of grouper.

Meanings of Gropes:

verb

Search blindly or uncertainly by feeling with the hands.

Usage examples:

She groped for her spectacles
noun

An act of fondling someone for sexual pleasure.

Usage examples:

She and steve sneaked off for a quick grope

Grosbeak

ˈɡrəʊsbiːk

Meanings of Grosbeak:

noun

A finch or related songbird with a stout conical bill and typically brightly coloured plumage.

Usage examples:

Finches, grosbeaks, titmice, nuthatches, sparrows, and cardinals will beat a path to your door.

Grosbeaks

ˈɡrəʊsbiːk

Meanings of Grosbeaks:

noun

A finch or related songbird with a stout conical bill and typically brightly coloured plumage.

Usage examples:

Finches, grosbeaks, titmice, nuthatches, sparrows, and cardinals will beat a path to your door.

Meanings of Groschen:

noun

(until the introduction of the euro in 2002) a monetary unit in austria, equal to one hundredth of a schilling.

Usage examples:

Four talers, six groschen, ten pfennige, and eighty miles to austria.

Grosgrain

ˈɡrəʊɡreɪn

Meanings of Grosgrain:

noun

A heavy ribbed fabric, typically of silk or rayon.

Usage examples:

Thus did the trousers come to be made of the same cloth and color as the coat, uniform-style, for e…

Grosgrains

ˈɡrəʊɡreɪn

Meanings of Grosgrains:

noun

A heavy ribbed fabric, typically of silk or rayon.

Usage examples:

Thus did the trousers come to be made of the same cloth and color as the coat, uniform-style, for e…

Gross

ɡrəʊs

Meanings of Gross:

adjective

(especially of wrongdoing) very obvious and unacceptable.

Usage examples:

Gross human rights abuses
adverb

Without tax or other contributions having been deducted.

Usage examples:

If the value of your bond is £50,000 or more the interest will be paid gross
verb

Produce or earn (an amount of money) as gross profit or income.

Usage examples:

The film went on to gross $8 million
noun

An amount equal to twelve dozen; 144.

Usage examples:

Fifty-five gross of tins of processed milk

Gross-domestic-product

ˌɡrəʊs dəˌmes.tɪk ˈprɒd.ʌkt

Meanings of Gross-domestic-product:

noun

The total value of goods and services produced by a country in one year

Gross-indecency

ˌɡrəʊs ɪnˈdiː.sən.si

Meanings of Gross-indecency:

noun

In some countries, especially in the past, an expression used to refer to some criminal sexual offences, especially sexual activity between men when this was illegal, or sexual offences against children

Usage examples:

He was found guilty of a string of offences of gross indecency and sexual assault., alan turing was…

Meanings of Gross-national-product:

noun

→  gnp

Meanings of Gross-profit:

noun

A company’s profit from selling goods or services before costs not directly related to producing them, for example interest payments and tax, are subtracted

Usage examples:

Gross profit for the quarter amounted to $11.2m.

Meanings of Grossed:

verb

Produce or earn (an amount of money) as gross profit or income.

Usage examples:

The film went on to gross $8 million
adjective

(especially of wrongdoing) very obvious and unacceptable.

Usage examples:

Gross human rights abuses
adverb

Without tax or other contributions having been deducted.

Usage examples:

If the value of your bond is £50,000 or more the interest will be paid gross
noun

An amount equal to twelve dozen; 144.

Usage examples:

Fifty-five gross of tins of processed milk

Grosser

ɡrəʊs

Meanings of Grosser:

noun

A film that earns a specified level of gross profit or income.

Usage examples:

The 1965 film version was an even bigger grosser
adjective

Very rude or coarse; vulgar.

Usage examples:

A gross, slap-and-tickle version of ‘the taming of the shrew’

Meanings of Grossers:

noun

A film that earns a specified level of gross profit or income.

Usage examples:

The 1965 film version was an even bigger grosser

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