Grok

Grok k is a word coined by Robert A. Heinlein for his 1961 science-fiction novel, Stranger in a Strange Land, where it is defined as follows: The Oxford English Dictionary defines to grok as `to understand intuitively or by empathy; to establish rapport with` and `to empathize or communicate sympathetically (with); also, to experience enjoyment......
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grok

get the picture verb get the meaning of something; `Do you comprehend the meaning of this letter?`
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Grok

[web framework] Grok is an open-source Web framework based on Zope Toolkit technology. The project was started in 2006 by a number of Zope developers. Grok has since then seen regular releases. Its core technologies (Martian, grokcore.component) are also used in other Zope-based projects. The primary motive behind Grok is to make the Zope T...
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Grok

A geek term used to describe having a total understanding of something – so in this case a game. A player doing really well at a game could be said to have ‘groked’ it. The word originates from Heinlein’s 1961 novel ‘Stranger in a Strange Land’.
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Grok

Grok is slang for to understand.
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