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Date: 1900-2000
Language: Latin
Origin: extra- ( EXTRA-) + vertere 'to turn'

extrovert

noun
     
ex‧tro‧vert , extravert [countable]
someone who is active and confident, and who enjoys spending time with other people [≠ introvert]:
Her sister was always more of an extrovert.
extrovert adjective:
a friendly, extrovert young Australian

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