Character 8
Hyphenation in tern al
Pronunciations /ɪnˈtɝnəl/

Definitions and meanings of "Internal"

What do we mean by internal?

Of, relating to, or located within the limits or surface; inner. adjective

Residing in or dependent on essential nature; intrinsic. adjective

Located, acting, or effective within the body. adjective

Of or relating to mental or spiritual nature. adjective

Of or relating to the domestic affairs of a nation, group, or business. adjective

Situated or comprised within, or in an inner part or place; inclosed; on the finite side of a bounding surface or line; within the outer boundary of; visceral.

Pertaining to the subject itself, and independent, or relatively so, of other things. Thus, the internal affairs of a country are the affairs of its people with one another.

Inner; pertaining to the mind, or to the relations of the mind to itself.

In anatomy and zoology, in general, inner or interior; not superficial; deep-set; away from the surface or next to the axis of the body or of a part: as, the internal carotid or iliac artery; the internal head of the gastrocnemius.

To be taken internally, as a medicine.

Applied to a student who has studied in a college of an examining university, as opposed to an external student, or one who has studied in a college not belonging to that institution.

Inward; interior; being within any limit or surface; inclosed; -- opposed to external. adjective

Derived from, or dependent on, the thing itself; inherent. adjective

Pertaining to its own affairs or interests; especially, (said of a country) domestic, as opposed to foreign adjective

Pertaining to the inner being or the heart; spiritual. adjective

Intrinsic; inherent; real. adjective

Lying toward the mesial plane; mesial. adjective

An interior angle. See under Interior. adjective

A gear in which the teeth project inward from the rim instead of outward. adjective

Inside of something adjective

Inside of something

Within the body

Concerned with the domestic affairs of a nation, state or other political community.

Concerned with the non-public affairs of a company or other organisation

On the inside. Urban Dictionary

Company bitch. Urban Dictionary

A individual that agrees to corporate enslavement that forfeit the right of any unqiue identifiers (e.g. names, interesting facts, anything that would put them in a good light). Interns have often been known to break expensive equipment by handling it inappropriately Urban Dictionary

A person who willingly becomes a slave to the corporate world because they enjoy getting abused and whipped by supervisors. interns do not get paid but they do enjoy the occasional snacks brought to work by the other rich employees. (usually interns steal those snacks, therefore get whipped). also see "office puppy" Urban Dictionary

Free slaves in the workplace. Urban Dictionary

A noun referring to a person who is reduced to slave labor. An intern works for no pay, and their main job is to get coffee and obey each demand by their employer. Urban Dictionary

People who are hired to do menial monotonous work that you couldn't pay people people to do long term because they would quit or eat a .45 caliber. So they hire some naive college or high school grad to do it until they give up , quit, or eat a .45 caliber. Urban Dictionary

A system that reduces the minimum wage to a suggestion rather than a requirement by law. Urban Dictionary

(1) A temporary worker who is employed to gain experiance/education rather than money. (2) Bill's gal. Urban Dictionary

Poor innocent individual starting out with a whole set of impossible goals and naive ambitions that end up crushed under the path of some self-righteous menapausal bitch that is dissatisfied with her own life and for getting an office ass and taking it out on cute young girls that might actually make something of their lives and live their dreams...and work off the constantly invading office ass Urban Dictionary

Synonyms and Antonyms for Internal

The word "internal" in example sentences

What does 'internal affair' really mean? yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = 'What does \'internal affair\' really mean? ' ❋ Unknown (2008)

It is customary to distinguish the internal from the external work of art: the terminology seems here to be infelicitous, for the work of art (the aesthetic work) is always _internal_; and that which is called _external_ is no longer a work of art. ❋ Benedetto Croce (1909)

Moreover, it has appeared that different species show a tendency to variability in special directions, and probably in different degrees, and that at any rate Mr. Darwin himself concedes the existence of an internal barrier to change when he credits the goose with "a singularly inflexible organization;" also, that he admits the presence of an _internal_ proclivity to change when he speaks of "a whole organization seeming to have become plastic, and tending to depart from the parental type." ❋ St. George Mivart (N/A)

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has warned Hungary will fight back if the 27-nation European Union interferes in what he calls internal politics while his country holds the EU's presidency. ❋ Unknown (2011)

And the internal is absolutely fascinating, equally if not more suspenseful, a integral part of the plot in a way not many writers can pull off. ❋ Unknown (2010)

But we took a look at our poll and what we call the internal numbers in our poll, Suzanne. ❋ Unknown (2009)

But what's very interesting is, when you drill down on these numbers and you look at what we call the internal numbers on this, you see how partisan a debate this really has become. ❋ Unknown (2009)

Snyder moved to New York City in 1967 and in the late 1960s began incorporating materials she associated with female imagery into her paintings, such as flocking (a thin, inexpensive type of cloth), beans, lentils, seeds, threads and silk, making what she referred to as internal landscapes. ❋ Unknown (2009)

I know that a lot of people believe that this difference between the external and the internal is an important distinction to make between fiction and film, and that drawing it usually results in an implicit -- or not so implict -- valorization of fiction over film. ❋ Unknown (2007)

MCEDWARDS: An Israeli television producer who was involved in the protection of the film says the documentary was originally set to air four or five months ago, but then was canceled because of what he called internal circumstances. ❋ Unknown (2006)

The United States must help Arab and Muslim public civil societies to complete what I call the internal encirclement of al Qaeda. ❋ Unknown (2005)

The -- the Chinese bristle at what they see as any outside interference of what they call internal issues. ❋ Unknown (2005)

Ted surmised that when and how often the Riverman abducted his victim depended on what he called internal and external factors. ❋ Robert D. Keppel (2005)

And so we've got a plan for what we call internal repatriation for Mexicans. ❋ Unknown (2005)

You win this particular war by completing what I call the internal encirclement of al Qaeda. ❋ Unknown (2005)

But what I talk about in the functioning core is that you ` re -- what I see in these countries are that they ` re consistently seeking to synchronize what I call their internal rule sets on economics, markets, politics, and whatnot, with the emerging global rule set that ... ❋ Unknown (2004)

And, you know, the second half of "Self Matters" deals with what I call the internal factors. ❋ Unknown (2002)

[Internal bleeding] ? ❋ Larstait (2003)

[Intern], go [scan] these [5000] documents. ❋ Tom The Intern (2003)

Bob: Who said that? [Sue]: The Intern Bob: Who just broke this [brand new] [laptop]? Sue: The Intern The Intern: I have a name Sue and Bob: Yes you do. The Intern ❋ #TRASHTAG (2014)

joe: "do you need a [slave]?" company: "no, we [have enough] [interns]!" joe: "ok, call me!" ❋ Dontdothattwice (2009)

[Slavery] is outlawed by numerous [international] treaties and a [Proclamation] in the United States. ❋ Sukebe (2004)

"[Melanie] clean the floors you [intern]" "Why are you [so poor]? Oh wait, I know because you're an intern" ❋ Theintern91 (2009)

I got for an [internship] by a reputable bank expecting some kind of job training or apprenticeship but instead I ended up sorting mail for [8 weeks] from [8 to 5] every day ❋ X9001 (2008)

Let's make fire Susan and make her position available as an [internship]... That way we don't have to give them an [hourly] [wage]. ❋ Suslex (2012)

"[The only] thing [Clinton] ever [fell off] of was an intern." ❋ Cunjo (2004)

[government] [ass kisser] ❋ Overworked, Underpaid, Overabused By Bitches (2005)

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