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mime

noun /maim/
the art of using movement to perform the function of speech, especially in drama
mimo
She is studying mime.
a play in which no words are spoken and the actions tell the story
pantomima, representación de mimo
The children performed a mime.
an actor in such a play; someone who practises this art
mimo
Marcel Marceau was a famous mime.
Translations of “mime”
in French mime, mimodrame…
in German die Mimik, das Mimenspiel, der Mime…
in Chinese (Traditional) 默劇表演, 默劇…
in Chinese (Simplified) 哑剧表演, 哑剧…
(Definition of mime from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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