Definición de intern en inglés:

intern

Silabificación: in·tern

sustantivo

Pronunciación: /ˈinˌtərn
 
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  • 1A student or trainee who works, sometimes without pay, at a trade or occupation in order to gain work experience.
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • Training for the student interns will be done during the week of May 13-17.
    • Student interns must place these turtles on the ground in front of the oncoming tornadoes, then get the hell out of the way.
    • We would never be able to make it without the number of student volunteers and interns.
    Sinónimos
    trainee, apprentice, probationer, (summer) student, novice, beginner
  • 1.1North American A recent medical graduate receiving supervised training in a hospital and acting as an assistant physician or surgeon. Compare with resident.
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • Together the studies included about 900 physicians, interns, residents, and medical students and more than 3700 patients.
    • The government is deploying recently qualified medical interns to hospitals in an attempt to break the strike action, which has affected more than 900 district and rural hospitals.
    • In addition a number of practicing pharmacists and physicians accepted the challenge of supervising the interns at their working places.

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  • 1 /inˈtərn/ [with object] Confine (someone) as a prisoner, especially for political or military reasons.
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • With the rise of Mussolini and the outbreak of war, the ladies are interned as prisoners, and the boy risks his life to help them.
    • He was wounded four times and at the end of the war he was interned in a prisoner of war camp in France.
    • It is now estimated that 25,000-30,000 people were interned or jailed at some point during the conflict.
    Sinónimos
    confine, detain, hold (captive), lock up, imprison, incarcerate, impound, jail
    informal put away
  • 2 /ˈinˌtərn/ [no object] North American Serve as an intern.
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • In the pilot, she is interning at a DA's office, on her way to law school, but the dreams of missing children and dead people impel her to use her ‘gift’, so she faxes police offices offering her help.
    • I requested permission from my California Army National Guard commander to drill in Washington DC during the summer of 2002, where I was interning after my first year of law school.
    • Before I graduated college I had worked on several campaigns and spent a summer interning in the NC State Legislature.
    Sinónimos
    apprentice, train; Law article

Derivativos

internment

sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • For me, internment in an Australian detention centre would have been preferable to most other locations in the world.
  • Mass arrests, internment and the suspension of many civil liberties might well be the consequence of such an attack.
  • For no amount of ID cards, internment and arbitrary arrests is really going to make us safer from suicide bombers.

internship

sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Of course, some will always argue that the entire idea of international internships is entirely cynical and of little benefit to the developing world.
  • Many career centers facilitate establishment of internships and preceptorships.
  • The best way to find an internship is to email program directors and ask.

Origen

early 16th century (as an adjective in the sense 'internal'): from French interne (adjective), interner (verb), from Latin internus 'inward, internal'. Current senses date from the 19th century.

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