verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
- a gay person.
- a person who assumes and displays the normative perspective, manner, or behavior of a different sex.
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Origin of invert
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OTHER WORDS FROM invert
Example sentences from the Web for invert
Food editor Joe Yonan likened it to a club sandwich, while my mind went to Taco Bell’s beloved Crunchwrap Supreme, although inverted with the outside getting toasted to a crisp while the inner layers remain soft and pliant.TikTok’s tortilla trend is basically a quesadilla — with extra fun folded in|Aaron Hutcherson|January 14, 2021|Washington Post
Using the parchment overhang, pull marshmallow mass out of the pan and gently invert it onto the confectioners’ sugar.Squishy, sweet homemade marshmallows will elevate your s’mores and hot chocolate|Daniela Galarza|January 12, 2021|Washington Post
This sack is easy to use with an inverted zipper for easy access to diapers, a wide bottom to protect and promote healthy hip development, and adjustable fasteners to fit your baby.Swaddles to keep your little one cozy and comfortable|PopSci Commerce Team|January 11, 2021|Popular Science
Remove the aluminum foil, and if you would like to slice rather than scoop your pudding, run a knife around the edge of the pudding and invert it onto a cooling rack and then right side up onto a serving plate.Instant Pot delivers the silkiest bread pudding we’ve ever tried|Jessie Sheehan|December 11, 2020|Washington Post
The Pfizer version must be diluted before the shot is given — inverting the vial 10 times “gently,” according to the Pfizer instructions.Now comes the hardest part: Getting a coronavirus vaccine from loading dock to upper arm|Lena H. Sun, Frances Stead Sellers|November 23, 2020|Washington Post
The idea haunted him like the invertible companions of Orestes.
The eye-peduncles are peculiar in being invertible in the same manner that a kid glove finger is pulled inside out.
British Dictionary definitions for invert
- to turn (the tip of the tongue) up and back
- to pronounce (a speech sound) by retroflexion