What do we mean by this code if written in Gemfile

If I write the following code for example in 'Gemfile':

    group :development do
    gem 'xyz'
    end

    group:test do
    gem 'xyz'
    end

Thanks.

Only install the 'xyz' gem in the development and test environments.
It can also be written as

group :development, :test do
  gem 'xyz'
end

Rails has three modes: production, development, and testing. An
example: when you are developing an app, you may want to show the values
of certain variables on each page, i.e. the views that are displayed.
Looking at the values of those variables can help you understand where
any errors might be occurring. In production mode, you obviously don't
want values of variables being displayed a the bottom of your web page.

In your example, one gem is included in development mode(and presumably
production mode), and another gem is included for testing mode only. So
you could infer that the gem included for testing, is a gem that
provides facilities for writing tests. It should be obvious that tests
don't execute in production mode--that would slow down your app.

Only if there is a

group :production do
  gem 'xyz'
end

or the line

gem 'xyz'

not included in a 'group ... do' block. Otherwise presume nothing.

For further clarity Rails has three modes by *convention only* and you
can create as many as you like. We have 'staging' for our staging
environment and 'fallback' for the servers that will come online when
if the hosting of the main servers fails. You could also have a
'q_and_a' environment for the QA team to do it's testing on.

just a detial more...
for get the gems in the gemfile you must execute "bundle install"
This way a third person don't have to know what gems are needed for
you application, only execute bundle intall and ready