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in·tern·ee

 (ĭn′tûr-nē′)
n.
One who is interned or confined, especially in wartime.

internee

(ˌɪntɜːˈniː)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a person who is interned, esp an enemy citizen in wartime or a terrorism suspect

in•tern•ee

(ˌɪn tɜrˈni)

n.
a person who is or has been interned.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.internee - a person who is interned; "the internees were enemy aliens and suspected terrorists"
captive, prisoner - a person who is confined; especially a prisoner of war
Translations

internee

[ˌɪntɜːˈniː] Nprisionero/a m/f de guerra (civil)

internee

[ˌɪntɜːrˈniː] ninterné(e) m/f

internee

nInternierte(r) mf

internee

[ˌɪntɜːˈniː] ninternato/a
References in periodicals archive ?
KARACHI -- The first session of the one-year Extended Internship Programme (EIP) jointly organized by Pakistan Petroleum Ltd (PPL) and NED University of Engineering and Technology, Karachi (NED), concluded with certificate distribution to more than 60 internees.
Suggested by the World War II experiences of the family of actor George Takei, best known for his work in "Star Trek," Allegiance is set in one of the camps as several generations of internees, among them American citizens both native-born and naturalized, cope with being imprisoned as enemies by their own country.
Based on Intel s needs, the internees will be given first preference at the time of recruitment, he further commented.
Under the MoU, the department of Journalism will provide internees for the AIRS (Automated Information and Reporting System) established at Department of Information.
One display honors the more than 800 Heart Mountain internees, Shimokochi's brother-in-law among them, who entered the military.
The Japanese had a policy of letting the internees organise themselves so it was very disciplined.
But in the 1990s she was contacted by the Association for British Civilian Internees in the Far East Region (ABCIFER), which was campaigning for the former camp inmates.
Internees gathered scrap wood, metal, and other oddments to create the inkwells, chairs, jewelry, and sketches showcased in The Art of Gaman (roughly "suffering with dignity") at the Renwick Gallery in Washington, D.
Though some of the internees get absorbed in the very offices, thousands of them are dragged to unemployment owing to non-availability of funds or vacancies who doubt their future amidst prevailing unemployment situation.
In what legal historians will consider the most significant contribution of the book, Robinson discusses the series of legal and administrative cases where internees sought to adjudicate their rights and obtain their freedom.
The Compton Community College District presented honorary associate in arts degrees to the internees.
What remains in the arts and crafts produced by internees is evidence of the triumph of the human spirit, the true art of gaman.