verb \i-ˈvərt\

Definition of EVERT

transitive verb
:  to subject to eversion

Origin of EVERT

Latin evertere, from e- + vertere to turn — more at worth
First Known Use: 1533
Medical Dictionary


transitive verb \i-ˈvərt\

Medical Definition of EVERT

:  to turn outward <evert the foot>; also :  to turn inside out


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