A Myers-Briggs personality trait. People with this trait tend to focus on the world around them, needing to experience life. The trait's opposite is Introversion, indicating someone much quieter and more contemplative. Extraverts need to be with people, introverts need time alone.

Ex`tra*ver"sion (?), n. [Pref. extra + L. vertere, versum, to turn: cf. F. extraversion.]

The act of throwing out; the state of being turned or thrown out.




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