There are 2 main definitions of vert in English:

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Pronunciation: /vəːt
 
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noun

[mass noun]
Green, as a heraldic tincture: [postpositive]: three piles vert
More example sentences
  • The soup uses haricots vert, or tiny French green beans (substitute regular-size green beans if you like).
  • Add haricots vert and mix well and allow to cool.
  • These are snap beans right here; we plant about an acre each week and there are eleven varieties, one of which is a baby haricot vert.

Origin

late Middle English (as an adjective): via Old French from Latin viridis 'green'.

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There are 2 main definitions of vert in English:

vert2

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Pronunciation: /vəːt
 
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noun

A vertical or very steeply sloping part of a ramp, used by skateboarders, snowboarders, skiers, etc. to perform jumps and other manoeuvres.
More example sentences
  • I voiced this out to Jack as he surveyed the view that lay in front of him, the big concrete depressions and verts, all the while listening to me.
  • Would you rather jump out of a helicopter into a vert ramp or film your video part wearing Corey Duffel's pants?
  • An afternoon on a vert ramp will do that to you, especially if you don't let up.

Origin

1970s: abbreviation of vertical.

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