- v.拘留，关押( intern的过去式和过去分词 );
When war broke out, he was interned as an enemy alien.
As soon as we set foot ashore, we'll be arrested and interned.
They're interned, you see, not detained.
你瞧, 他们是被扣留, 而不是拘留.
I was told that our ship had been interned in the harbour.
Prisoners of war were interned in specially built camps in different parts of the country.
Of the civilians who had fled Nanking, over 57,000 were overtaken and interned.