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Oxford dictionary definition of the word groom:
1brush and clean the coat of (a horse, dog, or other animal):
the horses were groomed and taken to shows
(of an animal) clean the fur or skin of (itself or another animal):
their main preoccupation is licking and grooming themselves
(often as adjective groomed) give a neat and tidy appearance to (someone):
a beautifully groomed woman
(as noun grooming)
she pays great attention to grooming and clothes
look after (a lawn, ski slope, or other surface):
groom your lawn—keep the grass cut
2prepare or train (someone) for a particular purpose or activity:
star pupils who are groomed for higher things
(of a paedophile) prepare (a child) for a meeting, especially via an Internet chat room, with the intention of committing a sexual offence.
1a person employed to take care of horses.
3British any of various officials of the royal household.
Middle English (in the sense ‘boy’, later ‘man, male servant’): of unknown origin