When using the word "incarcerate", how are you supposed to say where you incarcerate people?
You can say something like this, using the word "confine".
"I confine a bird in a cage."
"His parents confined him to his room for a week."
And I assume that you can use "to" or "in" to specify where when using the word "incarcerate" just like the examples I gave.
I've done my research. But it seems that it's not common or even possible to specify where when using the word. Maybe I haven't done my research enough to find out though.
Can you specify where you incarcerate people with "in" or "to" or any other prepositions?
I was told that I should include the research I've done.
And Google's Dictionary Search Box of the search results that appears at the top.