[verb in-vurt; adjective, noun in-vurt] /verb ɪnˈvɜrt; adjective, noun ˈɪn vɜrt/
verb (used with object)
to turn upside down.
to reverse in position, order, direction, or relationship.
to turn or change to the opposite or contrary, as in nature, bearing, or effect:
to invert a process.
to turn inward or back upon itself.
to turn inside out.
Chemistry. to subject to .
Music. to subject to musical .
Phonetics. to articulate as a retroflex vowel.
verb (used without object)
Chemistry. to become inverted.
Chemistry. subjected to .
a person or thing that is inverted.
(in plumbing) that portion of the interior of a drain or sewer pipe where the liquid is deepest.
an inverted arch or vault.
Philately. a two-colored postage stamp with all or part of the central design printed upside down in relation to the inscription.
to turn or cause to turn upside down or inside out
(transitive) to reverse in effect, sequence, direction, etc
(logic) to form the inverse of a categorial proposition
1530s, from Middle French invertir or directly from Latin invertere “turn upside down, turn about,” from in- “in, on” (see in- (2)) + vertere “to turn” (see versus). Related: Inverted; inverting; invertedly.
invert in·vert (ĭn-vûrt’)
v. in·vert·ed, in·vert·ing, in·verts
noun, Music. 1. counterpoint in which the voices, while retaining their original form, may be interchanged above or below one another in any order.
[in-vur-teys, -teyz] /ɪnˈvɜr teɪs, -teɪz/ noun, Biochemistry. 1. an enzyme, occurring in yeast and in the digestive juices of animals, that causes the inversion of cane sugar into . /ɪnˈvɜːteɪz/ noun 1. an enzyme, occurring in the intestinal juice of animals and in yeasts, that hydrolyses sucrose to glucose and fructose Also called saccharase invertin […]
[in-vur-ter] /ɪnˈvɜr tər/ noun, Anatomy. 1. any muscle that turns a limb or part inward. invertor in·ver·tor (ĭn-vûr’tər) n. A muscle that turns a body part such as the foot inward.
noun, Chemistry. 1. .