taqlid qilmoq, o'xshatmoq, xuddi o'zi bo'lmoqtaqlidchi, o'xshatuvchitaqlidiy, taqliddan iborat bo'lgan, o'xshatiladigan
Noun(1) someone who mimics (especially an actor or actress
Verb(1) imitate (a person or manner
Adjective(1) constituting an imitation
(1) Mary screams in horror and the girls mimic her every word.(2) Yes well you're probably thinking of the mimic cleaner wrasse there.(3) Hantavirus infections can appear clinically uncharacteristic and may mimic other syndromes.(4) Asthma symptoms vary widely and may mimic other childhood diseases.(5) Gastroduodenal tuberculosis may mimic peptic ulcer disease with a shorter duration of history and non response to anti-secretary therapy 18.(6) And his friends knew him as a highly entertaining mimic and raconteur.(7) Environmental groups also want the FDA to require companies to disclose the use of phthalates and compounds that mimic hormones on plastic container labels.(8) There are fears that BSE in sheep could mimic scrapie, which passes easily by horizontal infection from sheep to sheep.(9) Nor did we expect him to be so talented a mimic ; he can imitate both of us, just as he can imitate break dancers and gymnasts and snakes and lemurs.(10) Fungal or mycobacterial infections usually have an indolent and protracted course but can mimic bacterial arthritis.(11) Hundreds of Elvis impersonators mimic the late King's suggestive pelvic thrust and wear the now-iconic blue suede shoes.(12) Caffeine might mimic a stimulating antidepressant such as fluoxetine (Prozac).(13) A lone killer whale near a Canadian fishing village was a skilled mimic that barked just like a sea lion, a new study reveals.(14) Recent research has demonstrated the toxicity of aluminium; in fact many of the symptoms of aluminium toxicity can mimic Alzheimer's disease.(15) Each household became a mimic republic, in which slaves held first rank.(16) But just as Rush delights in mimicking a mimic this movie remains all on the surface of things - in love with only the simulacrum of Sellers and his life.
(1) to mimic :: taqlid qilish
3. imitate ::
4. resemble ::
5. mime ::
Different Formsmimic, mimics
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