extravert
I. noun see extrovert II. adjective see extrovert

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • extravert — /ek streuh verrt /, n., adj., v.t. extrovert. * * * …   Universalium

  • extravert — SYN: extrovert. * * * ex·tra·vert (eksґtrə vərt) extrovert …   Medical dictionary

  • extravert — ex|tra|vert [ˈekstrəvə:t US ə:rt] n another spelling of ↑extrovert …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • extravert — n. extrovert, one whose interest is directed outward, one who is open and uninhibited, one who has an outgoing disposition v. turn outwards, direct outwards adj. extroverted, having an outgoing disposition, tending to direct one s interest and… …   English contemporary dictionary

  • extravert — noun variant spelling of extrovert …   English new terms dictionary

  • extravert — noun (C) another spelling of extrovert …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • extravert — /ˈɛkstrəvɜt/ (say ekstruhvert) noun → extrovert …   Australian English dictionary

  • extravert — I noun (psychology) a person concerned more with practical realities than with inner thoughts and feelings • Syn: ↑extrovert • Ant: ↑introvert (for: ↑extrovert) …   Useful english dictionary

  • introvert and extravert — ▪ psychology       basic personality types according to the theories of the 20th century Swiss psychiatrist Carl Jung (Jung, Carl). According to these theories, an introvert is a person whose interest is generally directed inward toward his own… …   Universalium

  • extraversion, extraversive, extravert, extraverted — var of EXTROVERSION, EXTROVERSIVE, EXTROVERT, EXTROVERTED …   Medical dictionary

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