intern[ verb in-turn; noun in-turn ]SEE DEFINITION OF intern
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INTERN
I would recommend her to an intern, who is under great obligations to me.
Eight years of school and two more as an intern were worth at least that.
Our fears coming uppermost, we gave voice to them: "Intern?"
In the list of birds now fully extinct, in the Proceedings of the Fourth Intern.
They ought to intern everyone who's the least bit under suspicion.
The intern was examining his face with a strong flashlight beam.
He was, as it were, an intern practising the surgery of the law.
The reporter—a summer intern—was the only person to respond to his all-fluff press release on the open network.
They experienced a training comparable to the clinical instruction gained by an intern in a modern hospital.
Miss Cavell assisted these soldiers to escape into a neutral country which was bound, if possible, to apprehend and intern them.