internar

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From intern +‎ -ar.

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internar (first-person singular present interno, past participle internat)

  1. (transitive) to put inside
    Synonyms: endinsar, introduir
  2. (reflexive) to enter, to go into
    Synonym: endinsar-se
  3. (transitive) to commit or confine (someone) inside a place or institution
    Synonym: confinar

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Portuguese[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From interno +‎ -ar.

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  • Hyphenation: in‧ter‧nar

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

  1. (transitive) to put inside
    Synonyms: pôr, colocar, meter, inserir, introduzir
    Antonyms: tirar, retirar, remover
  2. (transitive) to commit or confine (someone) inside a place or institution
    Synonyms: confinar, prender, aprisionar
    Antonyms: libertar, liberar
    1. (transitive) to hospitalize/hospitalise (confine someone in a hospital or clinic for assisted treatment)
      Synonym: hospitalizar

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Etymology[edit]

From interno +‎ -ar.

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  • IPA(key): /interˈnaɾ/, [ĩn̪t̪erˈnaɾ]

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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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