What is your MBTI equivalent ?

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Re: What is your MBTI equivalent ?

Post by Phil » 24 Nov 2018 20:20

From Random House Webster's:

tur-bu-lent (tûr'byuh luhnt) adj.
1. being in a state of agitation or tumult;
disturbed.
2. characterized by, showing, or causing
disturbance, disorder, etc.
3. characterized by turbulence; tempestuous:
turbulent waters.

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Re: What is your MBTI equivalent ?

Post by Jorge22 » 24 Nov 2018 20:39

Well, yeah, that would be the same meaning you'd get for turbulento, the Portuguese counterpart.

Sometimes words have side meanings too - it's called polysemy. I don't know. :)
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Re: What is your MBTI equivalent ?

Post by Alex Chap » 24 Nov 2018 21:01

This link could help : https://www.16personalities.com/article ... -turbulent :)

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Re: What is your MBTI equivalent ?

Post by Phil » 24 Nov 2018 23:21

Jorge22 wrote:
24 Nov 2018 20:39
polysemy
If I had to make up one word that describes falling completely apart at the seams, that would be the one.

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Re: What is your MBTI equivalent ?

Post by SuzanneJack » 25 Nov 2018 00:11

No one can stop you from dreaming!
MIND
This trait determines how we interact with our environment.
28%72%
INTROVERTED
ENERGY
This trait shows where we direct our mental energy.
58%
INTUITIVE
42%
OBSERVANT
NATURE
This trait determines how we make decisions and cope with emotions.
42%
THINKING
58%
FEELING
TACTICS
This trait reflects our approach to work, planning and decision-making.
46%
JUDGING
54%
PROSPECTING
IDENTITY
This trait underpins all others, showing how confident we are in our abilities and decisions.
37%
ASSERTIVE
63%
TURBULENT

Did it, don't understand it :?
I never said I was the brightest bulb in the box :) :)

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Re: What is your MBTI equivalent ?

Post by Jorge22 » 25 Nov 2018 10:04

Phil wrote:
24 Nov 2018 23:21
Jorge22 wrote:
24 Nov 2018 20:39
polysemy
If I had to make up one word that describes falling completely apart at the seams, that would be the one.
:)

Nope. Polysemy is a reality in the arts, in everyday life and, I'm pretty sure, in every Court of Law. Unless the world turned black and white. .. Have you read Alex's link?
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Re: What is your MBTI equivalent ?

Post by eRIC » 26 Nov 2018 15:29

JesseG wrote:
24 Nov 2018 17:04
The description says "This trait underpins all others, showing how confident we are in our abilities and decisions." I think Assertive means you dig in your heels more often, whereas Turbulent means you are more prone to change your views or decisions.
Phil wrote:
24 Nov 2018 20:20
From Random House Webster's:

tur-bu-lent (tûr'byuh luhnt) adj.
1. being in a state of agitation or tumult;
disturbed.
2. characterized by, showing, or causing
disturbance, disorder, etc.
3. characterized by turbulence; tempestuous:
turbulent waters.
Thanks guys ,

the only context in which 'turbulent' is still used in French for a person is this one
2. characterized by, showing, or causing
disturbance, disorder,
etc.

and is almost exclusively said of children ;
unlike hecklers , the disturbance they cause is not deliberate , it is more likely they're hyperactive
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Re: What is your MBTI equivalent ?

Post by Bojrkraider » 29 Nov 2018 00:32

ISFP-A
Adventurer. :)

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Re: What is your MBTI equivalent ?

Post by Chel » 17 Dec 2018 21:45

I'm an INTJ. Architect.
I take these tests every few years or so and my result is always the same.
Don't meet many other INTJs.

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