Meaning of extroverted in English:

extroverted

(also extraverted)

Pronunciation /ˈɛkstrəvəːtɪd/

adjective

  • Outgoing and socially confident.

    ‘she is extroverted, confident, and gives rousing lectures’
    • ‘Margaret possesses a gregarious, extraverted personality’
    • ‘She was extroverted and assertive.’
    • ‘You are extroverted and strong-willed.’
    • ‘Shane has a lot going for him: good looks, confidence, a strong extroverted personality.’
    • ‘We found that highly extraverted people are happier with their lives because they tend to hold a positive view of the past.’
    • ‘Her family observed how her typically extroverted brother had become soft-spoken and withdrawn while living with the mental illness.’
    • ‘People who display extraverted characteristics - such as being talkative or energetic - are happier at those moments.’
    • ‘He's so funny and he's so incredibly extroverted.’
    • ‘He's a lot more extroverted than I am.’
    • ‘Introverted people tend to do things alone, extraverted people need to have the fellowship of others of like mind.’
    • ‘She has gone from an extroverted person to a withdrawn introvert.’