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noun

[mass noun] British informal
Something unpleasant, dirty, or of poor quality: they watch endless grot on telly

Origin

1960s: back-formation from grotty.

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Syllabification: grot
Pronunciation: /ɡrät
 
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noun

literary

Origin

early 16th century: from French grotte, from Italian grotta, via Latin from Greek kruptē 'vault, crypt'.

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