grooved


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groove

 (gro͞ov)
n.
1. A long narrow furrow or channel.
2. The spiral track cut into a phonograph record for the stylus to follow.
3. Slang A settled routine: got into the groove of a nine-to-five job.
4. Slang A situation or an activity that one enjoys or to which one is especially well suited: found his groove playing bass in a trio.
5. Slang A very pleasurable experience.
v. grooved, groov·ing, grooves
v.tr.
1. To cut a groove or grooves in.
2. Baseball To throw (a pitch) over the middle of home plate, where it is likely to be hit.
v.intr. Slang
1.
a. To take great pleasure or satisfaction; enjoy oneself: just sitting around, grooving on the music.
b. To be affected with pleasurable excitement.
2. To react or interact harmoniously.
Idiom:
in the groove Slang
Performing exceptionally well.

[Middle English groof, mining shaft, probably from Middle Dutch groeve, ditch; see ghrebh- in Indo-European roots.]

grooved

(ɡruːvd)
adj
having a groove or grooves
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.grooved - established as if settled into a groove or rut
constituted, established - brought about or set up or accepted; especially long established; "the established social order"; "distrust the constituted authority"; "a team established as a member of a major league"; "enjoyed his prestige as an established writer"; "an established precedent"; "the established Church"

grooved

adjective furrowed, cut, hollowed, scored, channelled, rutted, indented The inscriptions are as deeply grooved as if they had been cut only last week.
Translations
مُثَلَّم، مُحَزَّز
rýhovanývroubkovaný
furet
rovátkolt
rifflaîur
yivli

grooved

[gruːvd] ADJestriado, acanalado

grooved

[ˈgruːvd] adj (= incised) → rainuré(e)

groove

(gruːv) noun
a long, narrow cut made in a surface. the groove in a record.
grooved adjective
grooved edges.
References in classic literature ?
and add the day of the month and the year, then take Smith's left hand on another glass strip, and add name and date and the words "left hand." The strips were now returned to the grooved box, and took their place among what Wilson called his "records."
It fell back noiselessly upon rubber studs, and Meekins immediately slipped through it a ladder, on either side of which was a grooved stretch of board, evidently fashioned to allow Mr.
Every joint of it was well grooved; and the door did not move on hinges, but up and down like a sash, which kept my closet so tight that very little water came in.
Meithlinger [6] compared the performance of the SSE with axially grooved feeding zone and helically grooved feeding zone.
1 shows a schematic diagram of micro-grooved gas parallel slider bearings; the lower slider is grooved and fixed, the upper slider is smooth and moves along the x direction, the speed of the upper slider is U, the minimum film thickness between the two sliders is c and each groove has a depth of [h.sub.g].
(6) Clinically, grooved teeth have demonstrated significantly higher plaque, gingival and periodontal disease index scores than non-grooved incisors.
For this reason, we tried to develop the ability to make grooved trouser test specimens from samples (slices) extracted from tires and molded rubber goods.
Webex has introduced specially designed and grooved heating rollers that work in semi-nip configurations to create precision pleating webs for use in filter media.
Victaulic Water System Technology's Stephen Morrison considers the advantages of using a grooved system in water pipelines
Victaulic has reported that DOKE (Development of King Abdul Aziz Endowment) in Makkah, Saudi Arabia, has solved engineering challenges using its grooved products.