Translation of "mimic" - English-Spanish dictionary

mimic

verb uk /ˈmɪm·ɪk/ (present participle mimicking, past tense and past participle mimicked)

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

remedar, imitar
He’s always getting into trouble for mimicking his teachers.
noun uk /ˈmɪm·ɪk/

someone who is good at copying other people

imitador, -ora

(Translation of “mimic” from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

mimic

verb /ˈmimik/ (past tense, past participle mimicked)

to imitate (someone or something), especially with the intention of making him or it appear ridiculous or funny

imitar
The comedian mimicked the Prime Minister’s way of speaking.
mimicry noun

imitación

(Translation of “mimic” from the PASSWORD English-Spanish Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)