internar

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Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From interno (interior), from Latin internus.

Verb[edit]

internar (first-person singular present interno, first-person singular preterite interné, past participle internado)

  1. (transitive, ~ en) to send into (especially the interior of a country or region)
  2. (transitive, ~ en) to commit or confine inside a place or institution
  3. (intransitive) to intern; to work as an intern
  4. (reflexive, ~se en) to immerse oneself in (e.g. a topic of study)
  5. (reflexive, ~se en) to enter (especially surreptitiously)

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