internment / ɪnˈtɜrn mənt /


internment 的定义

n. 名词 noun
  1. an act or instance of interning, or confining a person or ship to prescribed limits during wartime: the internment of Japanese Americans during World War II.
  2. the state of being interned; confinement.

internment 近义词


等同于 captivity


等同于 confinement


等同于 detention


  1. There lie Eddie Lockard and Reuben Everett, the only massacre victims whose graves were marked — likely because they were buried after their families were released from internment sites.
  2. What did you learn from your five-year internment in Vietnam?
  3. In the episode “Internment,” he reminds Rick of the dangers of slipping into darkness.
  4. And the second remark came during the Japanese internment conversation.
  5. After the bombing of Pearl Harbor in 1941, she was among the tens of thousands Japanese-Americans dispatched to internment camps.
  6. He was finally released in 2004, after almost 40 hellish years of brutal internment.
  7. None need our help more than the officers and men of those internment camps.
  8. To avoid the dreaded internment camp he had successfully passed as a Luxemburger.
  9. A once-loved prince of German blood had been frozen out of the navy, and the internment camps were growing like boom towns.
  10. Everywhere is dead-lines and permissions and internment camps and persecutions, and all who are not in prison are afraid.
  11. Well, amongst these liberated captives was one who told a sad tale of starvation at his internment camp.