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intern in Jail & punishment topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishinternin‧tern1 /ɪnˈtɜːn $ -ɜːrn/ verb [transitive]  PMSCJto put someone in prison without charging them with a crime, for political reasons or during a warinternee, internment→ See Verb table
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internThe order to intern all male category B aliens was posted on 16 May.Thousands died. And thousands were interned in forced labour camps.The French soldiers, who had surrendered without fighting, were interned in Hanoi.Seven hundred men were interned in the camps.Subsequent investigation showed that Wingate had been interned in various mental institutions for the past seven years of his life.The arrest was made on 4 May and Gandhi was interned in Yeravda jail.