Definition of vert
- height, from the word "vertical." Most often used in describing a player's achievement of vertical height in certain sporting events.
Citation from "Skateboarding Will Be Next for Snowboarding Champion", The New York Times, Matt Higgins, March 19 2010 blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.
- an unintelligent soldier. Used by Bravo Company Soldiers to describe other soldiers in Afghanistan.
Private Jones is a vert.
I drive a 1962 Corvette vert.
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