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groove

noun [C] uk   /ɡruːv/ us  
a long, narrow, hollow space cut into a surface: The window slides along a deep metal groove to open and close.Holes, hollows and dips specialized medical a long, narrow space in the surface of a body part: There may be nerve compression at the elbow in the ulnar groove.
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