Regroove



noun
1.
a long, narrow cut or indentation in a surface, as the cut in a board to receive the tongue of another board (tongue-and-groove joint) a furrow, or a natural indentation on an organism.
2.
the track or channel of a phonograph record for the needle or stylus.
3.
a fixed routine:
to get into a groove.
4.
Printing. the furrow at the bottom of a piece of type.
5.
Slang. an enjoyable time or experience.
verb (used with object), grooved, grooving.
6.
to cut a groove in; furrow.
7.
Slang.

to appreciate and enjoy.
to please immensely.

verb (used without object), grooved, grooving.
8.
Slang.

to take great pleasure; enjoy oneself:
He was grooving on the music.
to get along or interact well.

9.
to fix in a groove.
Idioms
10.
in the groove, Slang.

in perfect functioning order.
in the popular fashion; up-to-date:
If you want to be in the groove this summer, you’ll need a bikini.

noun
1.
a long narrow channel or furrow, esp one cut into wood by a tool
2.
the spiral channel, usually V-shaped, in a gramophone record See also microgroove
3.
one of the spiral cuts in the bore of a gun
4.
(anatomy) any furrow or channel on a bodily structure or part; sulcus
5.
(mountaineering) a shallow fissure in a rock face or between two rock faces, forming an angle of more than 120°
6.
a settled existence, routine, etc, to which one is suited or accustomed, esp one from which it is difficult to escape
7.
(slang) an experience, event, etc, that is groovy
8.
in the groove

(jazz) playing well and apparently effortlessly, with a good beat, etc
(US) fashionable

verb
9.
(transitive) to form or cut a groove in
10.
(intransitive) (old-fashioned, slang) to enjoy oneself or feel in rapport with one’s surroundings
11.
(intransitive) (jazz) to play well, with a good beat, etc

groove (grōōv)
n.
A rut, groove, or narrow depression or channel in a surface.
groove
see: in the groove

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