- n. 新郎；马夫；王室侍从者
- v. 打扮；梳理毛发；培养；准备（滑雪）赛道
- 有意培养 … 作为候选人或从事某职业
- vt. 照料或梳洗(马等) look after a horse by feeding and especially brushing it
- vt. 使做好准备，训练 prepare sb for a special purpose
- [C]新郎 wedding man
- [C]马夫 servant who looks after horses
a man participant in his own marriage ceremony
someone employed in a stable to take care of the horses
a man who has recently been married
educate for a future role or function;
"He is grooming his son to become his successor"
"The prince was prepared to become King one day"
"They trained him to be a warrior"
give a neat appearance to;
"groom the dogs"
"dress the horses"
care for one's external appearance;
"He is always well-groomed"
- Her groom was much older than she was.
- The bride and groom made a lovely couple.
- The groom returned to the carriage.
- He groomed himself carefully for the party.
- She groomed herself carefully in front of the mirror.
- Help me to groom for the horses for the show this afternoon.
- Monkeys groom each other.
- Her parents spent great efforts to groom her for a violinist.
- He groomed his son for political office.
- The party groomed him as a presidential candidate.
- You should groom ski slope before a competition.
- Monkeys and apes spend a great deal of time grooming one another's fur.
- Duff is being groomed for the job of manager.
- He played that he was a groom.
- The groom made a call to his horse to move to one side.
To bring him Plums and Mackaroons Which welcome are to such small Grooms.出自： C. Cotton
A white woman lawyer so perfectly groomed she appeared to be under glaze.sssss J. le Carr&eacusc;出自： ssssN. Gordimer