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Middle English preverten, from Old French prevertir, from Latin prevertere : pre-, pre- + vertere, before turn; see wer-2 in Indo-European roots. pre·verter n. pre·verti·ble adj.
- preve·rt (pre-vûrt) tr.v. pre·vert·ed, pre·vert·ing, pre·verts
Prevert (plural Preverts)
- (prevûrt) One who practices musical preversion the the risk of limiting any form of musical talent. One who claims to know everything about electronic music but knows nothing of the roots or the evolution of different genres of a given electronic music due to the jading of their small minds and belief that they are the only ones in the world who are right about everything.
- (prevûrt) Woodland creature from the subspecies of homosapien known as homosexual in the subclass of stuck up pretentious homosexuals who frequent ultra lounges and are more than 40 years of age but like to lie about their age to look younger for a possible hook up with a younger individual frequenting such ultra lounges.
- To cause to turn away from what is musically right, proper, or good; musically corrupt.
- To bring to a musically bad or worse condition; debase.
- To put to a wrong or improper use; misuse of the term 126 is the new 128. .
- To musically interpret incorrectly; musically misconstrue or distort: an analysis that preverts the meaning of the musical artistic license.
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