extrovert


ex·tro·vert

noun \ˈek-strə-ˌvərt\

: a friendly person who likes being with and talking to other people : an outgoing person

Full Definition of EXTROVERT

:  one whose personality is characterized by extroversion; broadly :  a gregarious and unreserved person
extrovert also extravert adjective
ex·tro·vert·ed also ex·tra·vert·ed \-ˌvər-təd, ˌek-strə-ˈvər-\ adjective

Variants of EXTROVERT

ex·tro·vert also ex·tra·vert \ˈek-strə-ˌvərt\

Examples of EXTROVERT

  1. <a natural extrovert, he mixes well in any social situation>

Origin of EXTROVERT

modification of German extravertiert, from Latin extra- + vertere
First Known Use: 1918

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