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< Latin mimicus < Ancient Greek μιμικός (mimikos), belonging to mimes) < μῖμος (mimos), imitator, actor); see mime.

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Infinitive
to Mimic

Third person singular
mimics

Simple past
mimicked

Past participle
mimicked

Present participle
mimicking

to Mimic (third-person singular simple present mimics, present participle mimicking, simple past and past participle mimicked)
  1. To imitate, especially in order to ridicule.
  2. (biology) to take on the appearance of another, for protection or camouflage.

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Singular
Mimic

Plural
Mimics

Mimic (plural Mimics)
  1. One who practices mimicry, or mime

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