grok


grok

transitive verb \ˈgräk\
grokkedgrok·king

Definition of GROK

:  to understand profoundly and intuitively

Examples of GROK

  1. <the eternal struggle of the human race to grok its place in the grand scheme of the universe>

Origin of GROK

coined by Robert A. Heinlein †1988 American author
First Known Use: 1961

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