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extravert vs. extrovert

English translation: Both standard usage

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15:15 Jun 26, 2004
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Social Sciences - Psychology
English term or phrase: extravert vs. extrovert
What is the difference between these two spellings? Which one is correct?
Both are present in the same dictionaries...
Natalya Zelikova
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English translation:Both standard usage
There is no difference - both are standard usage as far as I am aware
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4 +10Both standard usage



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Both standard usage

There is no difference - both are standard usage as far as I am aware

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agree  Kornelia Longoria: gosh how did you manage to answer so fast :)
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agree  Vicky Papaprodromou
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agree  Kpy
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agree  Elena Petelos
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agree  xxxA-Z Trans
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agree  Jörgen Slet
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agree  Rosemary Schmid: Although both are standard, extrovert is often chosen when contrasting with introvert, for which there is no alternate spelling.
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