be in the groove

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be in the groove

1. To be immersed in a particular task and thus working smoothly and efficiently. Now that I'm in the groove, I think I'll be able to finish this paper tonight—ahead of schedule! If I'm in the groove, I can clean for hours.
2. To experience a particularly successful period. Three championship titles in a row? Wow, that team is really in the groove.
See also: groove

be in the groove

to be having a very successful period The early nineties were difficult for Carlton but he's back in the groove again with a new hit series.
See also: groove