Word of the day!

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grok
grok

–verb

1. to understand thoroughly and intuitively.

2. to communicate sympathetically.

Quotes

Jill bit her lip, then grinned. “I’m not sure what ‘ grok ’ means.”
— Robert A. Heinlein , Stranger in a Strange Land , 1961

They were trying to, like, fake it, you know? They didn’t exactly grok how we do things nowadays.
— Harry Turtledove , The Valley-Westside War , 2008

Origin

Grok was coined by Robert A. Heinlein in his 1961 science-fiction novel Stranger in a Strange Land .

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