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inter, inter-, intern, intern, inturn
inter (in TUR) (verb)
To bury a dead person: The arrangements to inter Kevin's uncle were made by his children.
inter- (in TUR) (noun) [a prefix]
Added to the beginning of a word to modify its meaning: The inter, as in internet, is an example of the use of the prefix inter-.
The interface of printed pages and the colored illustrations made the book very interesting.

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intern (IN turn") (noun)
A student of graduate academic standing completing professional training under the supervision of a qualified instructor: Trisha was an intern at the hospital where she was completing her training as a pediatrician.
intern (IN turn") (verb)
To place in confinement or a restricted environment for political reasons: Many governments choose to intern their citizens in response to certain governmental fears.
inturn (IN turn") (noun)
An inward turn or curve around an axis or fixed point: Steven wore special shoes to correct the inturn of his toes.

The medical intern was assigned to inter a cadaver that had inturn feet.

1. To restrict to or to confine within prescribed limits, as prisoners of war, enemy aliens, or combat troops who take refuge in a neutral country.
2. To impound or to hold within a country until the termination of a war, as a ship of a belligerent that has put into a neutral port and remained beyond a limited period.
3. A person who is or has been interned; an internee.
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1. A resident member of the medical staff of a hospital, usually a recent medical school graduate serving under supervision.
2. In education, a student teacher.
3. A person who works as an apprentice or trainee in an occupation or profession to gain practical experience, and sometimes also to satisfy legal or other requirements for being licensed or accepted professionally.
4. To be or to perform the duties of an intern.
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1. An archaic term for internal.
2. Situated or existing in the interior of something; interior.
3. A reference to, pertaining to, or noting the inside or inner part.
4. Existing, occurring, or found within the limits or scope of something; intrinsic: "He had a theory with internal logic."
5. Characteristic of, or pertaining to the domestic affairs of a country.
6. Existing solely within the individual mind; such as, an internal malaise.
7. Coming from, produced, or motivated by the psyche or inner recesses of the mind; subjective.
8. In anatomy and zoology, inner; not superficial; away from the surface or next to the axis of the body or of a part.
9. Present or occurring within an organism or one of its parts; such as, an internal organ.
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