1in·vert vt \in-ˈvərt\
a : to reverse in position, order, or relationship <adjacent sequences of DNA and RNA that are complementary and inverted> b : to subject to inversion
a : to turn inside out or upside down b : to turn inward <when a foot is inverted its forepart tends to approach the midline of the body—Journal of the American Medical Association>
: to undergo inversion <a normal nipple that inverts later in life can be an ominous sign—P. G. Donohue>
Seen & Heard
What made you want to look up invert? Please tell us where you read or heard it (including the quote, if possible).