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Groovy vs. Scala

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Groovyadjective

Of, pertaining to, or having grooves.

‘The back of the tile was groovy so that it could hold the adhesive compound.’;

Scalanoun

Ladder; sequence.

Groovyadjective

(dated) Set in one's ways.

Scalanoun

(anatomy) Ladder-like structure in the cochlea of a mammal's ear.

Groovyadjective

Cool, neat, interesting, fashionable.

Scalanoun

A machine formerly used for reducing dislocations of the humerus.

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Groovynoun

A trendy and fashionable person.

Scalanoun

A machine formerly employed for reducing dislocations of the humerus.

Groovyadjective

Very pleasant or very enjoyable; marvelous; wonderful; excellent; - expressing strong approval, usually of enjoyable experiences.

Scalanoun

A term applied to any one of the three canals of the cochlea.

Groovyadjective

Very chic; as, groovy clothes.

Groovyadjective

same as hip.

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Groovyadjective

very good;

‘he did a bully job’; ‘a neat sports car’; ‘had a great time at the party’; ‘you look simply smashing’;

Groovyadjective

(British informal) very chic;

‘groovy clothes’;

Groovy

Groovy (or, less commonly, groovie or groovey) is a slang colloquialism popular during the 1950s, '60s and '70s. It is roughly synonymous with words such as , , or , depending on context.

‘excellent’; ‘fashionable’; ‘amazing’;

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