Pronunciation of Mimic  


English Meaning

Imitative; mimetic.

  1. To copy or imitate closely, especially in speech, expression, and gesture; ape.
  2. To copy or imitate so as to ridicule; mock: always mimicking the boss. See Synonyms at imitate.
  3. To resemble closely; simulate: an insect that mimics a twig.
  4. To take on the appearance of.
  5. One who imitates, especially:
  6. An actor or actress in a mime.
  7. One who practices the art of mime.
  8. One who copies or mimics others, as for amusement.
  9. A copy or an imitation.
  10. Relating to, acting as, resembling, or characteristic of a mimic or mimicry.
  11. Tending to imitate; imitative.
  12. Make-believe; mock: a mimic battle.

Malayalam Meaning

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× ഹാസ്യാനുകരണം നടത്തുക - Haasyaanukaranam Nadaththuka | Hasyanukaranam Nadathuka
× അനുകരണക്കാരന്‍ - Anukaranakkaaran‍ | Anukaranakkaran‍
× ഹസ്യാനുകരണക്കാരാനായ നടന്‍ - Hasyaanukaranakkaaraanaaya Nadan‍ | Hasyanukaranakkaranaya Nadan‍
× ഹാസ്യാനുകരണക്കാരനായ നടന്‍ - Haasyaanukaranakkaaranaaya Nadan‍ | Hasyanukaranakkaranaya Nadan‍
× ഗോഷ്‌ടി കാണിക്കുക - Goshdi Kaanikkuka | Goshdi Kanikkuka
× ഹാസ്യാനുകരണപാടവമുള്ളയാള്‍ - Haasyaanukaranapaadavamullayaal‍ | Hasyanukaranapadavamullayal‍
× ഗോഷ്ടി കാണിക്കുക - Goshdi Kaanikkuka | Goshdi Kanikkuka
× ഹാസ്യാനുകരണപാടവമുള്ള ആള്‍ - Haasyaanukaranapaadavamulla Aal‍ | Hasyanukaranapadavamulla al‍


The Usage is actually taken from the Verse(s) of English+Malayalam Holy Bible.


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