mim•icPronunciation: (mim'ik), [key]
—v., -icked, -ick•ing,
to imitate or copy in action, speech, etc., often playfully or derisively.
to imitate in a servile or unthinking way; ape.
to be an imitation of; simulate; resemble closely.
a person who mimics, esp. a performer skilled in mimicking others.
a copy or imitation of something.
a performer in a mime.
imitating or copying something, often on a smaller scale: a mimic battle.
apt at or given to imitating; imitative; simulative.
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