vt. 使整洁; 使（动物）清洁; 准备
n. 新郎; 马夫; 王室侍从官; 〈古〉男仆
A groom is the same as a bridegroom .
...the bride and groom.
A groom is someone whose job is to look after the horses in a stable and to keep them clean.
If you groom an animal, you clean its fur, usually by brushing it.
The horses were exercised and groomed with special care.
If you are groomed for a special job, someone prepares you for it by teaching you the skills you will need.
George was already being groomed for the top job...
Marshall was groomed to run the family companies.
1. a man participant in his own marriage ceremony
2. someone employed in a stable to take care of the horses
3. a man who has recently been married
1. prepare (someone) for a future role or function;
2. give a neat appearance to;
3. care for one's external appearance;
Mazel tov to the bride and groom.
As I recall when we got married, I saw the groom in the wedding dress.
Her groom was much older than she was.
The groom looks very smart.
Although many manufacturers are adopted, groom the measure as the client the sale still fares badly.