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Date: 1800-1900
Language: French
Origin: interner, from Latin internus; INTERNAL

intern

1 verb
     
Related topics: Jail and punishment
in‧tern1 [transitive]
PMSCJ to put someone in prison without charging them with a crime, for political reasons or during a war [↪ internee, internment]

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