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To attend to one's appearance and clothing
A man who is about to become or has recently become part of a married couple. Short form of bridegroom
To care for horses or other animals by brushing and cleaning them
To attempt to gain the trust of a minor or adult with the intention of subjecting them to abusive or exploitative behaviour such as sexual abuse, human trafficking or sexual slavery
To prepare a ski slope for skiers
A person who cares for horses
{f} tend carefully, take care of; make clean and tidy; brush and clean a horse; prepare for
{n} one who cleans and tends horses
a man who has recently been married
To attend to ones appearance and clothing
If you are groomed for a special job, someone prepares you for it by teaching you the skills you will need. George was already being groomed for the top job Marshall was groomed to run the family companies
A boy or young man; a waiter; a servant; especially, a man or boy who has charge of horses, or the stable
If you groom an animal, you clean its fur, usually by brushing it. The horses were exercised and groomed with special care
A groom is someone whose job is to look after the horses in a stable and to keep them clean
A groom is the same as a bridegroom. the bride and groom
To tend or care for, or to curry or clean, as a, horse
a man who has recently been married a man participant in his own marriage ceremony care for one's external appearance; "He is always well-groomed
care for one's external appearance; "He is always well-groomed"
A man recently married, or about to be married; a bridegroom
One of several officers of the English royal household, chiefly in the lord chamberlain's department; as, the groom of the chamber; the groom of the stole
give a neat appearance to; "groom the dogs"; "dress the horses"
prepare (someone) for a future role or function; "He is grooming his son to become his successor"; "The prince was prepared to become King one day"; "They trained him to be a warrior"
{i} bridegroom, man who is about to be married; one who tends horses or the stable
someone employed in a stable to take care of the horses
a man participant in his own marriage ceremony
Present participle of groom
Care for one's personal appearance, hygiene, and clothing
Caring for horses or other animals by brushing and cleaning them
A groom
bride and groom
newly married husband and wife, people who are getting married
neat and smart in appearance; well cared for; "the manager was a beautifully groomed young man"; "his horse was always groomed
You use groomed in expressions such as well groomed and badly groomed to say how neat, clean, and smart a person is. a very well groomed man She always appeared perfectly groomed
cared for
past of groom
Grooming refers to the things that people do to keep themselves clean and make their face, hair, and skin look nice. a growing concern for personal grooming
The process of combining partially filled trunks into a smaller number of fully filled trunks
One of the social behaviors of the mustangs, when members of a band stand and, using their teeth, clean and rub one another Also used as courtship display by stallions and as part of bonding ritual between mare and new born foal
activity leading to skilled behavior
A method of bandwidth management that increases the efficiency of long haul transmission by consolidating or segregating traffic (CSU/DSU - End-to-end performance management of T1 Network)
the activity of getting dressed; putting on clothes
The act of teaching someone, often for advancement at work
{i} process of making neat and attractive
This is the light combing of the surface of a fine turf area
Things you do in the bathroom (no, not those things!) The things you do in the bathroom to clean and sanitise yourself - washing, combing, fragrancing
is the impeccable taste a dancer displays in dress and in manner on the dance floor Good grooming is the first thing that usually strikes the judge's eye at contests
Cleaning the fur of another animal; an activity that, in primates, also promotes social cohesion
Care for ones personal appearance, hygiene, and clothing
The act of attempting to gain the trust of a minor with the intention of having a sexual relationship with him or her
Fine art of removing dirt from your horse's body and applying it to your own
Process of removing original files from local disk after a successful archive operation
third-person singular of groom
plural of groom

    Türkische aussprache



    bride, forget, ignore


    /ˈgro͞om/ /ˈɡruːm/


    [ 'grüm, 'grum ] (noun.) 14th century. 1604, short for bridegroom (“husband-to-be”), from Middle English brydgrome, bridegome (“bridegroom”), from Old English brȳdguma (“bridegroom”), from brȳd (“bride”) + guma (“man, hero”), from Proto-Germanic *gumô (“man, person”), from Proto-Indo-European *dhg'həmo-, *dhg'homo-. Germanic cognates include Icelandic gumi and Norwegian gume. Cognate to human from Proto-Indo-European via Latin homo. Second element reanalyzed as groom, "attendant."


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