Associations to the word «Groom»
Pictures for the word «Groom»
GROOM, noun. A man who is about to become or has recently become part of a married couple. Short form of bridegroom.
GROOM, noun. A person who cares for horses.
GROOM, noun. One of several officers of the English royal household, chiefly in the lord chamberlain's department.
GROOM, verb. To attend to one's appearance and clothing.
GROOM, verb. To care for horses or other animals by brushing and cleaning them.
GROOM, verb. To prepare someone for election or appointment.
GROOM, verb. To prepare a ski slope for skiers
GROOM, verb. (transitive) 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.
GROOM, noun. A man participant in his own marriage ceremony.
GROOM, noun. Someone employed in a stable to take care of the horses.
GROOM, noun. A man who has recently been married.
GROOM, verb. Educate 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".
GROOM, verb. Give a neat appearance to; "groom the dogs"; "dress the horses".
GROOM, verb. Care for one's external appearance; "He is always well-groomed".
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