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TermDefinition
anniversary the date on which an event occurs every year; every year an event turns a year older
conversation a discussion that switches from one person to another; a discussion that “turns back and forth”
convert to turn or change your beliefs or way of thinking
diversify to divide up money into different investments so that if one area turns for the worse then you will be protected
diversion something that turns your attention off of what you are thinking about
extrovert a person who turns his or her attention outward toward other people
introvert a person who turns his or her attention inward toward himself or herself; a shy person
invert to turn or flip in the opposite direction
revert to turn back to a previous action or thought; to go back in thought or speech; to give back
subvert to corrupt or undermine; to turn against established authority
Created by: frazzicat