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English definition of “mimic”
/ˈmɪm·ɪk/ v [T] (present participle mimicking, past tense and past participle mimicked)
› to copy the way someone speaks and moves, esp. in order to amuse or insult people: She was mimicking the various people in our office. › To mimic is also to have the same or similar effect as something else: This substance mimics calcium and can replace it in bones. mimic
/ˈmɪm·ɪk/ n [C] › He was a fine mimic. mimicry
/ˈmɪm·ɪ·kri/ n [U] › The mockingbird is known for its mimicry of other birds.