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Translation of "mime" - English-Spanish dictionary

mime

verb   /maɪm/ ( present participle miming, past tense and past participle mimed)
to act or tell a story without speaking, using movements of your hands, body, and face contar con mímica, hacer mímica
mime noun   /maɪm/
mímica a mime artist
(Definition of mime from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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.
(Definition of mime from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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