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-From ''verto'' is derived [[adverse]], [[controversy]], [[transverse]], [[diverse]], [[perverse]], [[universe]], [[subversion]], [[inverse]], etc... +'''Verto''' is Latin for:
-==Latin== 
# I [[turn]], [[revolve]]. # I [[turn]], [[revolve]].
# I [[turn around]]. # I [[turn around]].
# I [[exchange]]. # I [[exchange]].
# I [[translate]]. # I [[translate]].
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 +From ''verto'' is derived [[adverse]], [[controversy]], [[transverse]], [[diverse]], [[perverse]], [[universe]], [[subversion]], [[inverse]], etc...
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 +==Latin==
====Derived terms==== ====Derived terms====

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Verto is Latin for:

  1. I turn, revolve.
  2. I turn around.
  3. I exchange.
  4. I translate.

From verto is derived adverse, controversy, transverse, diverse, perverse, universe, subversion, inverse, etc...

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