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What is the meaning of 'get one's groove back'?
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It can mean several different things, Gurgen.
What's the context within which you saw/heard the expression used?
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Barmen talking with a girl

Barmen:

Today is your birthday? OK, OK, I got something for you a little something for the

birthday girl.

Barmen's friend:
Julius.

Barmen:
I give you that, you got to give me your number.

Barmen's friend:
Loverboy, I'd like to get my groove back.

Barmen:
I just want you to write
your number down...

Barmen's friend:
Denzel.

Barmen:

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Could you explain what doe it mean?
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As John said, the meaning of the phrase varies due to different context. What you provided is not enough to give a clear explanation. However, groove often means a fixed routine or habit. And I have found some of other explantions in which you may find the answer to your question.

I hope this helps.

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