interno


interno
adj.
1 internal, inward, from within, interior.
2 in-house.
3 in-store.
4 in-patient, inpatient, hospital-stay.
5 internus.
f. & m.
1 intern, internee, houseman.
2 boarding pupil.
3 hospital doctor.
pres.indicat.
1st person singular (yo) present indicative of spanish verb: internar.
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interno
adjetivo
1 (órgano) internal
2 (política) domestic, home
3 (alumno) boarding
nombre masculino,nombre femenino
1 (alumno) boarder
2 (médico) intern
3 (preso) prisoner
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FRASEOLOGÍA
medicina interna internal medicine
* * *
1. (f. - interna)
adj.
internal
2. (f. - interna)
noun
inmate
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interno, -a
1.
ADJ internal

la política interna — internal politics, domestic politics

por vía interna — (Med) internally

paredes internas — interior walls

criada interna — live-in servant

2. SM / F
1) (Escol) boarder
2) (Med) houseman, intern (EEUU)
3) (=preso) inmate, prisoner
3.
SM Cono Sur (Telec) extension, telephone extension
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I
-na adjetivo
1)
a) <llamada/correo/régimen> internal
b) <producción/demanda> internal, domestic
c) <dolor/hemorragia> internal
2)
a) (Educ)

está interno en un colegio inglés — he is a boarder at an English school

b) (Med)

médico interno — ≈intern (in US), ≈houseman (in UK)

II
-na masculino, femenino
1)
a) (Educ) boarder
b) (en cárcel) inmate
c) (médico) ≈intern (in US), ≈houseman (in UK)
2) (RPl) (Telec) (extensión) extension
* * *
= in-built, internal, local, inner, inward, inwardly, indoor, backroom, near-side, embedded, in situ, domestic.
Ex. A citation index seeks to exploit these in-built links between documents and facilitate the identification of networks of cited, and thus associated documents.
Ex. Although internal arrangements and library services vary from place to place, generally recent academic libraries have a number of common factors.
Ex. AACR2 generally recommends collocation although it is suggested that the extent of collocation and the need for uniform titles is a matter for local decisions.
Ex. As he drove to the library, he harkened to those busy inner voices filling his mind with ominous portents.
Ex. The questions of outward and inward gateways are addressed.
Ex. An inwardly feverish but outwardly calm desperation possessed him.
Ex. The old-time indoor apprentices, who had boarded and lodged with the printer and received only nominal wages, were mostly replaced by outdoor apprentices who found their own board and lodging and were paid wages according to their skill and experience.
Ex. For many years, we have used the new technology to tinker with the existing system, to achieve cost savings in the backroom processes, and to produce paper products more cheaply and rapidly.
Ex. The near-side press point was placed further in towards the middle of the tympan (and of the sheet) than the off-side point.
Ex. It works a treat and handles the embedded CRLF perfectly.
Ex. The author describes a new indexing algorithm designed to create large compressed inverted indexes in situ.
Ex. Results indicate that bibliographers at these libraries depend on inadequate reviewing sources and domestic approval plans for developing these literatures.
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* auditor interno = internal auditor.
* base de datos interna = in-house database.
* boletín interno = in-house bulletin.
* comunicado interno = internal memo.
* de uso interno = in-house [inhouse].
* formación interna = in-service training, in-service support, in-service.
* limpieza interna = internal cleansing.
* luchas internas = infighting [in-fighting].
* mercado interno = internal market.
* motor de explosión interna = internal combustion engine.
* normas internas = in-house guidelines.
* programa de trabajo como interno residente = residency programme.
* querellas internas = infighting [in-fighting].
* reloj interno = body clock, biological clock.
* robo con cómplice interno = inside job.
* sentimiento interno = inner feeling.
* ser más interno = inner being.
* * *
I
-na adjetivo
1)
a) <llamada/correo/régimen> internal
b) <producción/demanda> internal, domestic
c) <dolor/hemorragia> internal
2)
a) (Educ)

está interno en un colegio inglés — he is a boarder at an English school

b) (Med)

médico interno — ≈intern (in US), ≈houseman (in UK)

II
-na masculino, femenino
1)
a) (Educ) boarder
b) (en cárcel) inmate
c) (médico) ≈intern (in US), ≈houseman (in UK)
2) (RPl) (Telec) (extensión) extension
* * *
= in-built, internal, local, inner, inward, inwardly, indoor, backroom, near-side, embedded, in situ, domestic.

Ex: A citation index seeks to exploit these in-built links between documents and facilitate the identification of networks of cited, and thus associated documents.

Ex: Although internal arrangements and library services vary from place to place, generally recent academic libraries have a number of common factors.
Ex: AACR2 generally recommends collocation although it is suggested that the extent of collocation and the need for uniform titles is a matter for local decisions.
Ex: As he drove to the library, he harkened to those busy inner voices filling his mind with ominous portents.
Ex: The questions of outward and inward gateways are addressed.
Ex: An inwardly feverish but outwardly calm desperation possessed him.
Ex: The old-time indoor apprentices, who had boarded and lodged with the printer and received only nominal wages, were mostly replaced by outdoor apprentices who found their own board and lodging and were paid wages according to their skill and experience.
Ex: For many years, we have used the new technology to tinker with the existing system, to achieve cost savings in the backroom processes, and to produce paper products more cheaply and rapidly.
Ex: The near-side press point was placed further in towards the middle of the tympan (and of the sheet) than the off-side point.
Ex: It works a treat and handles the embedded CRLF perfectly.
Ex: The author describes a new indexing algorithm designed to create large compressed inverted indexes in situ.
Ex: Results indicate that bibliographers at these libraries depend on inadequate reviewing sources and domestic approval plans for developing these literatures.
* auditor interno = internal auditor.
* base de datos interna = in-house database.
* boletín interno = in-house bulletin.
* comunicado interno = internal memo.
* de uso interno = in-house [inhouse].
* formación interna = in-service training, in-service support, in-service.
* limpieza interna = internal cleansing.
* luchas internas = infighting [in-fighting].
* mercado interno = internal market.
* motor de explosión interna = internal combustion engine.
* normas internas = in-house guidelines.
* programa de trabajo como interno residente = residency programme.
* querellas internas = infighting [in-fighting].
* reloj interno = body clock, biological clock.
* robo con cómplice interno = inside job.
* sentimiento interno = inner feeling.
* ser más interno = inner being.

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interno1 -na
adjective
A
1 ‹llamada/correo/régimen› internal
había luchas internas en el seno del partido there were battles o there was in-fighting within the party
2 ‹producción/demanda› internal, domestic
3 ‹dolor/hemorragia› internal
B
1 (Educ):
su hijo está interno en un colegio inglés her son is a boarder at an English school, her son boards at an English school
2 (Med):
médico interno ≈ intern (in US), ≈ house officer (in UK)
interno2 -na
masculine, feminine
A
1 (Educ) boarder
2 (en una cárcel) inmate
3 (médico) ≈ intern (in US), ≈ house officer (in UK)
B
interno masculine (RPl) (extensión) extension
¿me da con el interno 25? can I have extension 25, please?
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Del verbo internar: (conjugate internar)

interno es:

1ª persona singular (yo) presente indicativo

internó es:

3ª persona singular (él/ella/usted) pretérito indicativo

Multiple Entries:
internar    
interno
internar (conjugate internar) verbo transitivo:
la internoon en un manicomio she was put in an asylum;

lo internoon en el hospital he was admitted to (the) hospital;
tuvimos que internolo we had to take him to (the) hospital
internarse verbo pronominal
a) (adentrarse) internose en algo ‹en bosque/espesura› to penetrate into sth, to go deep into sth

b) (AmL) (en hospital) to go into the hospital

interno 1
-na adjetivo

1 (en general) internal
2
a) (Educ):

está interno en un colegio inglés he is a boarder at an English school

b) (Med):

médico interno ≈ intern (in US), ≈ houseman (in UK)

■ sustantivo masculino, femenino
a) (Educ) boarder

b) (en cárcel) inmate

c) (médico) ≈ intern (in US), ≈ houseman (in UK)

interno 2 sustantivo masculino (RPl) (Telec) (extensión) extension
internar vtr (en un hospital) to admit
(en un manicomio) to confine
interno,-a
I adjetivo
1 internal
medicina interna, internal medicine
2 Pol domestic
3 (espiritual) inward: en mi fuero interno me moría de la risa, inwardly I was laughing like mad
II m,f (alumno) boarder
Med (enfermo) patient
(preso) inmate
'interno' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
alumna
- alumno
- fuero
- interna
- íntima
- íntimo
- MIR
- pupilo
English:
board
- boarder
- by-law
- domestic
- in-house
- inmate
- inner
- inner ear
- intern
- internal
- inwardly
- live in
- communal
- extension
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interno, -a
adj
1. [de dentro] internal;
[capa] inner;
pinta la parte interna del cajón paint the inside of the box;
escucha voces internas she hears voices
2. [política] domestic;
la política interna de un país a country's domestic policy
3. [medicina] internal
4. [hemorragia]
ha sufrido una hemorragia interna she has suffered internal bleeding
5. [alumno] boarding;
estuvo interno en Suiza he went to a boarding school in Switzerland
6.
médico interno Br house officer, US intern
nm,f
1. [alumno] boarder
2. [preso] prisoner, inmate
3. [médico] Br house officer, US intern
nm
RP [extensión] (telephone) extension;
interno 28, por favor extension 28, please
* * *
interno
I adj internal; POL domestic, internal
II m, interna f
1 EDU boarder
2 (preso) inmate
3 MED intern, Br
houseman
* * *
interno, -na adj
: internal
internamente adv
interno, -na n
1) : intern
2) : inmate, internee
* * *
interno1 adj
1. (en general) internal
tuvo una hemorragia interna she had internal bleeding
2. (del país) domestic
la política interna del gobierno the government's domestic policy
interno2 n
1. (alumno) boarder
está interno en un colegio privado he's a boarder at a private school
2. (preso) prisoner

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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