intern

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} stajyer

Tom bir stajyer doktor. - Tom is a medical intern.

Stajyerler bodrumda çalışırlar ve hiç pencere yoktur. - The interns work in the basement and there are no windows.

{i} staj yapan tıp öğrencisi, intern
{i} staj yapan kimse
(Tıp) intörn
(Eğitim) stajyeri
{f} staj yapmak
gözaltina almak
enterne etmek
stajyer doktor

Tom bir stajyer doktor. - Tom is a medical intern.

gözaltına almak
stajını yapan tıp öğrencisi
{i} asistan
göz altına almak
{i} gözaltı
{f} hapsetmek
harp zamanında kapamak
(Askeri) ENTERNE ETMEK: Bir memlekette alıkoymak, belirli bir yerde ikamete mecbur etmek. Harp halindeki bir millet, harp başladığı zaman, o memlekette bulunan veya harp esnasında ele geçirilen düşman memleketlere mensup yabancıları, harp esirlerini, askeri şahısları ve gemileri enterne eder. Tarafsız bir memleket de, kendisine sığınan muharip bir memlekete mensup harp esirlerini, askeri şahısları ve gemileri enterne eder
(Tıp) Hastanede yatıp kalkan doktor veya operatör
(Tıp) (al) İç, içyan, internus
{i} gözaltına alınan kimse
{f} kapatmak
hapset
{f} (bir gemiyi bir limanda) hapsetmek
intern
internal
{s} dahili

Bu dahili kullanım içindir. - This is for internal use.

Harici düşmanları yenmek yetmez, dahili düşmanları da imha etmek lazımdır. - It is not enough to defeat our external enemies, it is also necessary to exterminate our internal enemies.

internal
{s}

Bakanlık iç işlerini yönetir. - The ministry administers the internal affairs.

Bir kurbağayı, iç organlarını incelemek için kesip parçalara ayırdık. - We dissected a frog to examine its internal organs.

intern doctor
Stajyer doktor
intern of
ve stajyer
internal
içsel

Bu çocuk duygularını içselleştirir ve bunları ifade etmez. - This child internalizes his emotions and does not express them.

internship
staj devresi
internal
{s} içten

İçten yanmalı motorlar, yakıt ve hava karışımını yakarlar. - Internal combustion engines burn a mixture of fuel and air.

internal
internal evidence bir şeyin kendisinde bulunan delil
international
uluslar arası

Uluslar arası anlaşmazlıkların barışçıl bir şekilde çözümlenmeli. - International disputes must be settled peacefully.

Gezegenlerin ve onların uydularının resmi isimleri Uluslar arası Astronomi Birliği tarafından kullanılır. - The official names of planets and their moons are governed by the International Astronomical Union.

internship
(Eğitim) staj
internal
içilebilir ilaç
internal
(Tıp) ınternal
internal
içsel (akıl sağlığı vb)
internal
içe değgin
internal
(Biyokimya) içil
internally
(Ticaret) şirketimizde
internally
(Ticaret) bize gelince
international
internasyonel
international
(Ticaret) enternasyonel
interned
(Askeri) enterne edilmiş
internee
(Askeri) gözaltına alınan
internee
(Askeri) savaş esiri
internee
(Askeri,Kanun) enterne edilen
internment
(Kanun) enterne kampı
internment
(Gıda) ölü gömme-yemeği
internship
stajyerlik
internally
dahili olarak
internally
içten
internally
iç tarafta
international
beynelhalk
interne
stajını yapan tıp öğrencisi
an intern
stajyer
internally
dâhilen
international
milletlerarası
international
uluslararası

Uluslararası dil Esperanto, 1887'nin sonlarında herkese gösterildi. - The international language Esperanto appeared in public at the end of 1887.

Uluslararası Konferansta gönüllü bir çevirmen olarak çalışıyor. - She is working as a volunteer interpreter at the international conference.

interned
staj
interning
staj
internship
stajı
internships
stajlar
to intern
staj için
chief intern
başasistan
internal
içilir
internal
{i} yaradılış
internal
{s} içilir (ilaç)
internal
{s} stajyer
internal
doğa
internal
internal combustion engine iç yakımlı makina
internal
içilir içten
internal
(Nükleer Bilimler) dahili, içteki
internally
(zarf) içten
internally
dahilen
international
enternasyonal
international
arsıulusal
international
beynelmilel
interne
stajyer doktor
interne
(isim) stajyer doktor
interned
enterne
interned
(Askeri) ENTERNE EDİLMİŞ, EL KONMUŞ: Amerikan Silahlı Kuvvetlerinin giriştiği bir silahlı mücadelenin sonucu veya böyle bir mücadelenin doğduğu sebeplerden ötürü, gayri muharip bir yabancı devletin muhafazası altında bulunduğu kesin olarak bilinen. Ayrıca bakınız: "battle causalty"
internee
gözaltına alınan kimse
internee
(isim) gözaltına alınan kimse
internee
(Askeri) ENTERNE EDİLEN: Enterne edilen herhangi bir kimse. Bak. "intern", "military internee"
internee
mahkum
internment
internment camp enterne kampı
internment
{i} kapama
internment
enterne ediliş
internment
gözaltına alma
internment
hapsetme
internment
hapis/hapsetme
internment
temerküz kampı
internship
doktorluk stajı
internship
(isim) doktorluk stajı [amer.]
internship
{i} doktorluk stajı [amer.]
internship
staj bursu
İngilizce - İngilizce
To work as an intern

I'll be interning at Universal Studios this summer.

A student who works in order to gain experience in their chosen field
A med student or recently graduated medical student working in a hospital as a final part of medical training
Archaic form of internal
To imprison somebody, usually without trial

The government interned thousands of Japanese-Americans during World War II.

To internalize
A term used for the first year training following medical school The first year of a residency is typically called an internship
Internal
deprive of freedom; "During WWII, Japanese were interned in camps in the West"
v t 1 (a string in a package) to look up the string in the package, returning either a symbol with that name which was already accessible in the package or a newly created internal symbol of the package with that name 2 Idiom generally, to observe a protocol whereby objects which are equivalent or have equivalent names under some predicate defined by the protocol are mapped to a single canonical object
{i} advanced medical student working as an apprentice in a hospital; one who is involved in a specialized training program which gives hands-on experience
work as an intern; "The toung doctor is interning at the Medical Center this year"
a Life Skills Coach who is participating in the accreditation process
Any individual (GS-05 through GS-09) in a position whose target is the full performance level in one of the professional, administrative, or technical series
the person who assists The LeaderShape® Institute and faculty in managing the week's logistical needs
a new teacher who receives support from a mentor teacher as part of a professional development process See Mentor Teacher
Internist
A physician who has finished medical school and is usually in the first year of specialty training Interns work under the supervision of attending physicians and residents
a student who works (often without pay) in order to gain experience in their chosen field
An intern is an advanced student or a recent graduate, especially in medicine, who is being given practical training under supervision. to put someone in prison without charging them with a crime, for political reasons or during a war internee, internment internment (interner, from internus; INTERNAL)
an advanced student or graduate in medicine gaining supervised practical experience (`houseman' is a British term) work as an intern; "The toung doctor is interning at the Medical Center this year"
a recently graduated medical student working in a hospital as a final part of their medical training
deprive of freedom; "During WWII, Japanese were interned in camps in the West
A physician in the first year of training
A term for a physician in first-year training after medical school The first year of a residency is typically called an internship
If someone is interned, they are put in prison or in a prison camp for political reasons. He was interned as an enemy alien at the outbreak of the Second World War
{f} be an intern, work as an intern (especially in the medical profession); limit movement; confine, restrict, detain
To put for safe keeping in the interior of a place or country; to confine to one locality; as, to intern troops which have fled for refuge to a neutral country
A physician in training in the first year after graduating from medical school Also see resident
an advanced student or graduate in medicine gaining supervised practical experience (`houseman' is a British term)
internal
concerned with the domestic affairs of a nation, state or other political community

The nation suffered from internal conflicts.

internal
inside of something

We saw the internal compartments.

internally
In an internal manner; interiorly; within or inside of external limits; in an inner part or situation
internally
With regard to internal affairs
international
Independent of national boundaries; common to all people

the international community of scholars.

international
Between or among nations; pertaining to the intercourse of nations; participated in by two or more nations; common to, or affecting, two or more nations
international
Of or concerning the association called the International
international
Someone who has represented their country in a particularly sport

The United team includes five England internationals.

international
Foreign; of another country

an international student.

internment
Confinement within narrow limits, as of foreign troops, to the interior of a country
ıntern
{a} inward, real, not foreign
field intern
person who is training away from the main base of operation
internal
occurring within an institution or community; "intragroup squabbling within the corporation"
internal
Internal modems fit inside your computer There are specific types of internal modems for each brand of computer Internal modems are cheaper than external They take up no desk space See external, WinModem
internal
Derived from, or dependent on, the thing itself; inherent; as, the internal evidence of the divine origin of the Scriptures
internal
within the body
internal
data needs more attention
internal
{s} interior, inner, inside, located within; of a country's domestic affairs; of an individual's inner life, private, mental
internal
adjective, Latin internus = inward, hence, nearer the inside
internal
concerned with the non-public affairs of a company or other organisation
internal
Internal is used to describe things that exist or happen inside a particular person, object, or place. massive internal bleeding Some of the internal walls of my house are made of plasterboard. + internally in·ter·nal·ly Evening primrose oil is used on the skin as well as taken internally. internal medicine Internal Revenue Service internal combustion engine total internal reflection
internal
code or data internal to a process or program
internal
Pertaining to its own affairs or interests; especially, (said of a country) domestic, as opposed to foreign; as, internal trade; internal troubles or war
internal
Inward; interior; being within any limit or surface; inclosed; opposed to external; as, the internal parts of a body, or of the earth
internal
Pertaining to the inner being or the heart; spiritual
internal
inside the country; "the British Home Office has broader responsibilities than the United States Department of the Interior"; "the nation's internal politics"
internal
In Chinese: Nei Referring to intrinsic power generated by the Qi or life force energy contained in the body In the internal Martial Arts (Neijia), the use of Internal Strength is of utmost importance Internal Strength is not generated through muscular action, but rather is a product of the inherent binding quality of body tissue It is utilized in combat through the relaxed coordination of the legs and waist to bear on objects through contact made by the hands, arms, or other points on the upper body
internal
concerned with the domestic affairs of a nation
internal
Lying toward the mesial plane; mesial
internal
occurring within an institution or community; "intragroup squabbling within the corporation
internal
Intrinsic; inherent; real
internal
located inward; "Beethoven's manuscript looks like a bloody record of a tremendous inner battle"- Leonard Bernstein; "she thinks she has no soul, no interior life, but the truth is that she has no access to it"- David Denby; "an internal sense of rightousness"- A R Gurney,Jr
internal
A link to a node in the same database See database
internal
the location of illnesses such as those that affect qi, blood, and organs inside the body
internal
innermost or essential; "the inner logic of Cubism"; "the internal contradictions of the theory"; "the intimate structure of matter"
internal
Internal is used to describe things that exist or happen inside a country or organization. The country stepped up internal security We now have a Europe without internal borders + internally in·ter·nal·ly The state is not a unified and internally coherent entity
internal
Inside the body system or organ
internal
{i} inner quality, intrinsic characteristic
internal
AFFAIRS: having to do with operations within a nation; domestic affairs
internal
A disconnection from some or all of the personality functions in the prefrontal cortex within an individual, usually because of distress (Dr Jim Wilder) In my opinion this is a better term to describe the apparent "separation" between the various Primary Parts
internal
Part of a network file server
internal
In Chinese: Nei Referring to intrinsic power generated by the Chi or life force energy contained in the body In the internal Martial Arts (Neijia), the use of Internal Strength is of utmost importance
internal
Units of study for which the student is enrolled are undertaken through attendance at the institution on a regular basis
internal
happening or arising or located within some limits or especially surface; "internal organs"; "internal mechanism of a toy"; "internal party maneuvering"
internally
Inwardly; within the enveloping surface, or the boundary of a thing; within the body; beneath the surface
internally
in the interior, on the inside, from the inside; mentally
internally
Inwardly; spiritually
internally
Hence: Mentally; spiritually
internally
on or from the inside; "an internally controlled environment"
internally
on or from the inside; "an internally controlled environment
international
International means between or involving different countries. an international agreement against exporting arms to that country. emergency aid from the international community. + internationally inter·na·tion·al·ly There are only two internationally recognised certificates in Teaching English as a Foreign Language
international
concerning or belonging to all or at least two or more nations; "international affairs"; "an international agreement"; "international waters"
international
- between or among nations; having to do with the relations between nations
international
any of several international socialist organizations concerning or belonging to all or at least two or more nations; "international affairs"; "an international agreement"; "international waters
international
int
international
A case that is imported from another country
international
These are calls originating in one country and terminating in another From the United States they begin with 011 + Country Code + City Code + Telephone Number If this category is a major portion of your telephone bill, you need to shop wisely Some heavy international callers benefit by installing a second line exclusively for their overseas traffic You can have this serviced by the carrier offering you the best international deal Most often, this will not be the same one who gives you a great domestic calling deal If you make most of your calls to one or two countries, you can get bargain basement rates by ferreting out a plan that will steeply discount these specific countries for you
international
Calls and related charges to international countries or areas outside the United States and its territories
international
The International; an abbreviated from of the title of the International Workingmen's Association, the name of an association, formed in London in 1864, which has for object the promotion of the interests of the industrial classes of all nations
international
Invest only in foreign-company stocks
international
adj internasional
international
intl
international
from or between other countries; "external commerce"; "international trade"; "developing nations need outside help"
international
{s} between countries, involving or belonging to two or more countries, of relations between two more countries
international
any of several international socialist organizations
international
In sport, an international is a game that is played between teams representing two different countries. the midweek international against England
international
What we call a national when he or she comes to our country
international
Refers to travel between nations
international
An international is a member of a country's sports team. a former England international. relating to or involving more than one nation national international trade/market/competition. Third International Communist International International Criminal Police Organization Amnesty International International Exhibition of Modern Art Chiquita Brands International Inc. First International International Working Men's Association International Business Machines Corporation international agreement International Atomic Energy Agency International Bank for Economic Cooperation International Bank for Reconstruction and Development International Brigades International Court of Justice International Date Line International Herald Tribune International Labour Organization International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union international law International Monetary Fund international organization International Organization for Standardization international payment International Phonetic Alphabet International Refugee Organization International Space Station International Standard Book Number International Style International Telecommunication Union International Telephone and Telegraph Corp. international unit International Criminal Court international relations International Whaling Commission Lions Clubs International Association of Navistar International Corp. Second International Socialist International International Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works French Section of the Workers' International Protocol for the Pacific Settlement of International Disputes International Society for Krishna Consciousness ISKCON International System of Units Système International d'Unités International Red Cross International Movement of the Red Cross and Red Crescent United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund International Conference on Naval Limitation
international
Calls between countries
international
A game or contest between two or more nations
international
Independent of national boundaries; common to all people; as, the atmosphere is an international resource; the international community of scholars
international
All locations outside of the domestic definition
international
Canada Great Britain Australia & New Zealand
international
Of or having to do with more than one nation
international
Between multiple nations
international
Writing Software for the International Market
international
between two or more countries/nations
international
Outside of, and excluding the U S
international
these teaching materials focus on the domestic market, too However, as managers recognise more and more the importance of international activity of their companies international issues are introduced These international cases are treated separately at the end of the texts Integration is not yet attempted
international
A member of the International Association
interne
an advanced student or graduate in medicine gaining supervised practical experience (`houseman' is a British term)
interne
A resident physician in a hospital; a house physician
interne
That which is within; the interior
interne
{i} advanced medical student working as an apprentice in a hospital; one who is involved in a specialized training program which gives hands-on experience
interned
adj Trad 1 (of a symbol) accessible_3 in any package 2 (of a symbol in a specific package) present in that package
interned
- The casualty is definitely known to have been taken into custody of a nonbelligerent foreign power as a result of and for reasons arising out of any armed conflict in which the Armed Forces of the United States are engaged
interned
past of intern
interned
adj Trad 1 (of a symbol) accessible_3 in any package 2 (of a symbol in a specific package) present in that package @IGindex{interpreted function}
interned
A person is in a missing (interned) status if that person has been taken into custody by a non-belligerent foreign power as the result of and for reasons arising out of any armed conflict in which the United States is engaged
internee
one who is imprisoned or otherwise confined
internee
{i} person who is imprisoned, person who is confined
internee
An internee is a person who has been put in prison for political reasons. someone who is put into prison during a war or for political reasons, without having had a trial intern (INTERN)
internee
a person who is interned; "the internees were enemy aliens and suspected terrorists"
internee
a person who is interned; "the internees were enemy aliens and suspected terrorists
interning
present participle of intern
internment
confinement during wartime
internment
{i} imprisonment; detention; confinement
internment
the act of confining someone in a prison (or as if in a prison)
internment
Internment is the practice of putting people in prison for political reasons. They called for the return of internment without trial for terrorists. the practice of keeping people in prison during a war or for political reasons, without charging them with a crime intern (INTERN)
internment
placing private property in the custody of an officer of the law
interns
plural of intern
internship
TOP A one-on-one relationship that provides for "hands-on" learning in the area of the student's career interest A learning contract outlines the expectations and responsibilities of both parties Employers provide structured work experiences that include workplace readiness and job-specific skill development and that connect to school-based learning Ideally, students work in a number of departments or positions during their internships
internship
Structured experiences of several weeks or months where students work on specific tasks or special projects at a worksite Internships are closely integrated with classroom learning and are generally unpaid
internship
A short term (typically one year) post DVM training program to provide a broad, well balanced exposure to zoological medicine and surgery under the supervision of the veterinary staff The primary purpose of the internship is to allow the intern to apply knowledge and skills acquired in veterinary school to health programs and case management in a clinical zoological environment
internship
A job in a student’s field of study; may be required in some academic programs and may include salary and college credit
internship
Student To apply theory
internship
Generally, the post-licensure and/or graduate clinical practice under the supervision of clinical faculty; sometimes refers to the preservice clinical experience
internship
work in a firm or agency related to a student's major program and/or career plans
internship
Any agreed-upon experience in a work setting that is driven by intentional learning goals and accompanied by sustained reflection What distinguishes an internship from a job is that first and foremost it is a deliberate learning experience Both the student and the agency are deliberately involved in creating a beneficial experience for the student and the agency Oftentimes internships correspond closely with the profession or area of work that the student is majoring in and/or anticipating as their career
internship
Class credit given to students who work at jobs on or off campus Students get practical experience in their major
internship
Any short-term, supervised work experience usually related to a student's major field, for which the student earns academic credit The work can be full- or part-time, on- or off-campus, paid or unpaid
internship
The term is technically defined as a period of time in which a student or recent graduate gains supervised practical experience Another less formal explanation may be borrowed from Michael Landes' Backdoor Guide to Short-Term Job Adventures: an internship is simply about discovering life's options and finding your place in the world It's a time to explore, dream and discover -- and turn your dreams into reality
internship
A job taken by a student in order to learn a profession or trade
internship
Generic term for workplace learning positions Participants may or may not be paid
internship
A part-time paid, volunteer, and/or for-college-credit position offering hands-on experience in a student's academic or professional field of interest Internships are undertaken either while enrolled during the academic year or in the summer
internship
the position of a medical intern
internship
Part-time job during the academic year or the summer months in which a student receives supervised practical training in a their field Internships are often very closely related to the student's academic and career goals, and may serve as a precursor to professional employment Some internships provide very close supervision by a mentor in an apprenticeship-like relationship Some internships provide the student with a stipend, some don't
internship
{i} period during which a person serves as an intern; specialized training program which gives the trainee hands-on experience (especially in the field of medicine)
internship
Any short-term, supervised work experience usually related to a student’s major field, for which the student earns academic credit The work can be full- or part-time, on- or off-campus, paid or unpaid
internship
An internship is the position held by an intern, or the period of time when someone is an intern
internship
A short period of training or supervised work at a company, often conducted as part of a business degree or in the summer of a two-year programme
internship
a research technique for needs analysis that involves an extended immersion in the environment A person takes on a particular work responsibility to provide a meaningful context for this research
internships
Internships are coordinated through the Career Development Office (CDO) Registration for internships requires submission of a completed internship learning agreement to the CDO for approval by the established deadlines These courses will be added to student programs upon receipt of the completed, approved forms from the Career Development Office (see Academic Calendar for date)
internships
These are part-time and full-time opportunities to gain professional work experience while in college Some interns are paid; others gain college credits
internships
Student internships are experiences where students, 11th-12th grade, work for an employer for a specified period of time to learn about a particular industry or occupation Internship programs extend formal classroom learning into the community Internships are linked to a related internship class, paid or unpaid (usually unpaid), time limited, connected to career goals and the SEOP, and offer opportunities to explore career options in a particular field of work
internships
These are part-time or full-time opportunities to gain professional work experience while in college Some interns are paid, while others recieve college credit Either way, the experience is invaluable to anyone looking for employment after college This means you
internships
Programs that support individuals in gaining practical experience in their careers Some internships are paid, and most can be undertaken for college credit
internships
For a specified period of time, student interns work for an employer to learn about a particular industry or occupation Students' workplace activities may include special projects, a sample of tasks from different jobs, or tasks from a single occupation
internships
One of the best types of work experiences for entry-level job-seekers because a majority of employers say experience is the most important factor in whether you're hired Internships involve working in your expected career field, either during a semester or over the summer Besides gaining valuable experience, you get exposed to the business environment and gain valuable references and network contacts Read more
internships
By linking creative curriculum, minor areas of study, and internships, the students will have unique educational opportunities Internships will be created in partnership with a wide range of organizations and businesses and give students experience in their chosen vocation
internships
Employment opportunities offered to students by companies, schools, foundations and organizations that offer invaluable experience into a given field of study and, sometimes, even a paycheck Internships can also be used for college credit because they are great learning experiences Often, they lead to post-graduation employment and look great on a resume
internships
Students who demonstrate high ability and need are placed in a professional setting for a specified periods to learn skills of that profession
internships
Many of our programmes, particularly in Sciences and Engineering incorporate what we term "sandwich" periods which are periods of work in industry or placements in companies or periods of research
internships
Student internships are situations where students work for an employer for a specified period of time to learn about a particular industry or occupation Students' workplace activities may include special projects, a sample of tasks from different jobs, or tasks from a single occupation These may or may not include financial compensation Teacher internships are work-site experiences of at least two weeks in duration for teachers During this time, teachers may work at a particular job at the firm to learn specific skills, or rotate throughout the firm to learn all aspects of the industry in which they are employed This may or may not include financial compensation
internships
Short-term, supervised work experiences, usually related to a student's major field, for which the student earns academic credit The work can be full- or part-time, on- or off-campus, paid or unpaid Student teaching and apprenticeships are examples
internships
For a specified period of time, students work for an employer to learn about a particular industry or occupation Students' workplace may include special projects, a sample of tasks from different jobs, or tasks from a single occupation
internships
Students who demonstrate high ability and need are placed in a professional setting for a specified period to learn skills of that profession
Türkçe - İngilizce
intern
intern

    Heceleme

    in·tern

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    întırn

    Telaffuz

    /ˈəntərn/ /ˈɪntɜrn/

    Etimoloji

    (adjective.) circa 1500. From French interner, from interne 'inner, internal', from Latin internus "within, internal", compare etymology 2

    Günün kelimesi

    spall