grounding

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noun ground·ing \ˈgrau̇n-diŋ\

Definition of grounding

  1. :  training or instruction in the fundamentals of a field of knowledge

Examples of grounding in a Sentence

  1. The job requires a thorough grounding in the history of the region.

  2. classes that give students a good moral grounding

1644

First Known Use of grounding

1644


GROUNDING Defined for English Language Learners

grounding

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noun ground·ing \ˈgrau̇n-diŋ\

Definition of grounding for English Language Learners

  • : training or instruction that gives someone basic knowledge of a particular subject



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