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Spanish translation of “impersonate”

impersonate

verb /imˈpəːsəneit/
to copy the behaviour etc of or pretend to be (another person), sometimes in order to deceive
imitar; personificar; hacerse pasar por alguien
The comedian impersonated the prime minister.
impersonation noun
imitación; personificación
He does impersonations of famous people.
(Definition of impersonate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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