• WordNet 3.6
    • v grok get the meaning of something "Do you comprehend the meaning of this letter?"
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In news:

Anyone with an appreciation for history and the power of young imaginations should grok the significance of the Glenville house where Jerry Siegel dreamed up one of the most recognizable characters of the last 100 years, Superman.
InstaGrok's tagline is "A New Way to Learn" and they define "grok (v).
Einstein Didn't Grok His Own Revolution.
For instance, it was hard to grok (to reference Robert Heinlein's Stranger in a Strange Land, another of those lame-o Frisco required texts) terms like dirty hippie .
Now, it is an $800 billion program, so it's an awful big thing to grok.
Eileen Ivers may not grok her "Jimi Hendrix of the violin " title, but she likes it.

In science:

Perhaps the most interesting open problem is to more fully grok the nature of the Rabc flux, which is still very poorly understood.
Lectures on Nongeometric Flux Compactifications
However, the Wikipedian User:Henrik has direct access to the usage data and publishes it at in many user-friendly formats, including JSON.
A Wikipedia Literature Review
Fragment trust: trustworthiness of any fragment of text within an article; and 3Found at
A Wikipedia Literature Review