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in·tro·vert·ed

 (ĭn′trə-vûr′tĭd)
adj.
Characterized by interest in or preoccupation with oneself or one's own thoughts as opposed to others or the environment; shy or reserved.
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Adj.1.introverted - given to examining own sensory and perceptual experiences

introverted

adjective introspective, withdrawn, inward-looking, self-contained, self-centred, indrawn, inner-directed He was a lonely, introverted child.
Translations
introvertált

introverted

[ˌɪntrəʊˈvɜːtɪd] ADJintrovertido

introverted

[ˈɪntrəvɜːrtɪd] adjintroverti(e)
She was a lonely, introverted child → C'était une enfant solitaire et introvertie.

introverted

adjintrovertiert, in sich gekehrt

introverted

[ˈɪntrəʊˌvɜːtɪd] adjintrovert

introverted

adj introvertido
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The standards-driven push for project-based learning and collaboration may inadvertently penalize introverted students who prefer to work quietly on their own, some educators say.