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  1. groove

    • IPA[ɡruːv]

    英式

    • n.
      a long, narrow cut or depression in a hard material.;a spiral track cut in a record, into which the stylus fits.
    • v.
      make a groove or grooves in;dance or listen to popular or jazz music
    • verb: groove, 3rd person present: grooves, gerund or present participle: grooving, past tense: grooved, past participle: grooved

    • noun: groove, plural noun: grooves

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    • 片語

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    動詞

    • 1. make a groove or grooves in deep lines grooved her face
    • 2. informal dance or listen to popular or jazz music they were grooving to Motown
    • play popular or jazz music in an accomplished manner the rhythm section grooves in the true Basie manner
    • enjoy oneself Harley relaxed and began to groove
    • 3. informal pitch (a ball) in the centre of the strike zone he grooved a fastball in the 9th inning
    • North American (in the context of other sports) kick or throw (the ball) successfully; score (a goal) with stylish ease the San Diego kicker grooved the winning field goal