intern : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n an advanced student or graduate in medicine gaining supervised practical experience (`houseman' is a British term)
- v deprive of freedom
During WW II, Japanese were interned in camps in the West
- v work as an intern
The young doctor is interning at the Medical Center this year
- Click center arrow to play "Can I be your intern?" From: Dardenne In this PG-13 video resume, a shirtless aspiring comedian propositions Hillary Clinton, then offers his .
- From apprentices to White House lackeys, the work of an intern has taken on many forms over time.
- Drudge hates the word blogger, yet his exclusive about the former President and intern Monica Lewinsky set out an animated-gif siren for an army of armchair pundits to follow.
- Rasheed Wallace in USA Today
You ever had an intern? Get an intern and you'll see what it is,Wallace said before Game 1. "You teach an intern some things, but you won't teach an intern everything."
- Charlie Weis in Blue and Gold Illustrated (registration)
I immediately told those guys that it was an intern that took it off the ledge and put it on the floor right there,said Weis, who was approached during the game about the incident. "It wasn't like somebody was trying to do something...
- Robert Lopez in San Diego Union Tribune
When we started writing 'Avenue Q,' Jeff (Marx) was an intern and I was a temp,said Lopez. "Our lives kinda sucked so we came up with an idea for a show about people like us whose lives all kinda suck."