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Main Entry: 1in·tro·vert
Function: transitive verb
Etymology: intro- + -vert (as in divert)
: to turn inward or in upon itself: as a : to concentrate or direct upon oneself b : to produce psychological introversion in
nrabate United States Local time: 21:53 Native speaker of: English PRO pts in pair: 1435