(with reference to a tubular or pouch-shaped organ or structure) turn or be turned inside out.
turn inside out
- ‘the sacs evaginate and come to lie externally’
Mid 17th century from Latin evaginat- ‘unsheathed’, from the verb evaginare, from e- (variant of ex-) ‘out of’ + vagina ‘sheath’.
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