Bedeutung von “mimic” — Learner’s Dictionary

mimic

verb [ T ] us uk /ˈmɪmɪk/ present participle mimicking, past tense and past participle mimicked
COPY

to copy the way someone talks and behaves, usually to make people laugh:

He's always getting into trouble for mimicking his teachers.
BE THE SAME

to have the same behaviour or qualities as something else:

The drug mimics the effects of a natural hormone.

(Definition von “mimic verb” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)