meaning of word groom

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #48 [color=blue]“Speaking: The Wedding”, question 1

Ladies and gentlemen it is a very great privilege for me to be asked to make a speech about the bride and her .

(a) grant
(b) grade
(c) groan
(d) groom

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #48 [color=blue]“Speaking: The Wedding”, answer 1

Ladies and gentlemen it is a very great privilege for me to be asked to make a speech about the bride and her groom.

Correct answer: (d) groom

Your answer was: [color=red]incorrect
Ladies and gentlemen it is a very great privilege for me to be asked to make a speech about the bride and her grade.
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Hi,
Could you explain me the meaning of word goom??? My vocab says hostler, (old version) boyfriend and etc…
I think none of them is right…
Thank you.

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The word ‘groom’ means the same thing as ‘bridegroom’ in this sentence.
Look at these dictionary definitions:
dictionary.cambridge.org/define. … &dict=CALD
dictionary.reference.com/search? … groom&r=66
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Thanks a lot for explanation.