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intern definition

  • noun:
    • A student or a recent graduate undergoing supervised useful instruction.
    • your physician having recently graduated from medical school and it is learning health practice in a hospital under guidance, just before starting a residency program.
    • One who is interned; an internee.
    • A person who is interned, forceably or voluntarily.
    • A student or current graduate which works in order to get experience with their particular selected industry
    • A med pupil or recently graduated health student employed in a hospital as your final section of health instruction
    • A resident physician in a hospital, specially person who has obtained the Doctorate and it is practising under supervision of experienced doctors, as a continuation for the education process; a home doctor; also known as houseman in Britain.
    • people working as an apprentice to achieve experience in an occupation; sometimes the position is paid an income, and other times it is not.
    • An inmate, as of a school; specially, an assistant resident doctor or doctor in a hospital, usually a student or recent graduate, acting into the lack of the attending doctor or doctor.
    • an enhanced pupil or graduate in medication gaining monitored practical experience (`houseman' is a British term)
  • verb-intransitive:
    • to teach or act as an intern.
  • verb-transitive:
    • To confine, especially in wartime.
    • to place for safe keeping into the inside of a spot or country; to limit to at least one locality.
    • to put up through to the end of a war, as adversary citizens in a country at the time of outbreak of hostilities; -- an action done by nations.
  • adjective:
    • Archaic Internal.
    • Internal.
    • Internal.
  • verb:
    • To imprison somebody, frequently without trial.
    • To internalize.
    • to function as an intern. Frequently with little or no pay or other appropriate prerogatives of work, for the true purpose of furthering a program of training.
    • act as an intern
    • deprive of freedom
  • others:
    • Internal.
    • To send to the inside of a country, as merchandise.
    • To limit within fixed or recommended limitations; specifically, to cause to reside in in an interior locality without permission to go out of it.
    • Specifically, to confine (a ship of a belligerent) in a neutral port into which it may put: a duty of the neutral power, under the provisions of international law, in time of war.
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