One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘they have been interned without trial’
imprison, incarcerate, impound, jail, put in jail, put behind bars, detain, take into custody, hold in custody, hold captive, hold, lock up, keep under lock and key, confine
British detain at Her Majesty's pleasure
informal put away, put inside, send down
British informal bang up
1‘he worked as an intern for a local magazine’
trainee, apprentice, probationer, student, novice, learner, beginner
person doing work experience
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