grok grok


  • (v) get the meaning of something


  1. But only YouTube created a new way for millions of people to entertain, educate, shock, rock and grok one another on a scale we've never seen before.
  2. Even users should grok this cuspy sampler of computereseSince computers can understand only two words, variously defined as yes and no, on and off, or zero and one, computer.



  1. "A cult gives its members license to feel superior to the rest of the universe," film critic David Edelstein wrote on the Lebowski phenomenon, "and so does a cult movie: it confers hipness on those who grok what the mainstream audience...
    on Jul 31, 2009 By: David Edelstein Source: Los Angeles Times

  2. "We will have more disruption from technology than other areas that have gotten more attention. In a sense we are a 'Johnny come lately,' but we really grok what is going on," Ballmer said.
    on May 11, 2006 By: Steve Ballmer Source: ZDNet

Word of the Day
incipient incipient
/ɪn ˈsɪ pi ənt /