Meaning of INTERNAL in English

adjective Etymology: Middle English ~le, from Latin internus; akin to Latin inter between Date: 15th century existing or situated within the limits or surface of something: as, a. situated near the inside of the body, situated on the side toward the median plane of the body, of, relating to, or occurring on the inside of an organized structure (as a club, company, or state) , relating or belonging to or existing within the mind, intrinsic , inherent , present or arising within an organism or one of its parts , applied or intended for application through the stomach by being swallowed , ~ity noun ~ly adverb

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