来自爵士音乐俚语in the groove，一切尽在掌握。
- groovy (adj.)
- 1850, "pertaining to a groove," from groove (n.) + -y (2). Slang sense of "first-rate, excellent" is 1937, American English, from jazz slang phrase in the groove (1932) "performing well (without grandstanding)." As teen slang for "wonderful," it dates from c. 1941; popularized 1960s, out of currency by 1980. Earlier colloquial figurative sense was "having a tendency to routine, inclined to a specialized and narrow way of life or thought" (1882). Related: Grooviness.
- 1. Looks like Kelly is felling groovy on gin again.
- 2. How much is the cost that groovy department of gynaecology examines?
- 3. Of fracture of the condyle inside humerus nurse groovy?
- 4. She was wearing groovy shoes.
- 5. Get agriculture machinery government by groovy method , it is very difficult that machine station should develop.
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