Intern

• (a.) Internal. • (a.) To put for safe keeping in the interior of a place or country; to confine to one locality; as, to intern troops which have fled for refuge to a neutral country.
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intern

(in´tәrn) a medical or dental graduate who serves in a hospital in preparation for being licensed to practice medicine or dentistry. any of certain types of allied health professionals who enter a working and learning environment under the supervision of someone with more experience.
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intern

verb work as an intern; `The young doctor is interning at the Medical Center this year`
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Intern

In·tern' adjective [ Latin internus : confer French interne . See Internal .] Internal. [ Obsolete] Howell.
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Intern

In·tern' transitive verb [ French interne . See Intern , adjective ] To put for safe keeping in the interior of a place or country; to confine to one locality; as, to intern troops which have fled for refuge to a neutral country.
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intern

a skater that has been with SVRG for less than a year. Interns may be at any skating skill level, but they are still learning the ropes for roller derby.
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Intern

Charities and voluntary organisations often recruit individuals to carry out specific projects and jobs for medium periods of time such as a year, or six months. These people are sometimes referred to as interns. Interns often receive a modest or token salary, but the internship gives them hands-on experience of working in the charity sector and of...
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Intern

Intern: In medicine, a doctor who has completed medical school and is engaged in a year of additional training at a hospital before residency. An intern may, for example, be in pediatrics or medicine (internal medicine). The internship year is often quite rigorous.
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intern

Type: Term Pronunciation: in′tern Definitions: 1. An advanced student or recent graduate undertaking further education (usually the first postgraduate year) by assisting in the medical or surgical care of hospital patients, with supervision and instruction; formerly, one who resided within the institution. Synonyms: interne &n...
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intern

[n] - an advanced student or graduate in medicine gaining supervised practical experience (`houseman` is a British term) 2. [v] - work as an intern
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