قلد, حاكى, بدا, زيف
Verb(1) reproduce someone's behavior or looks(2) appear like, as in behavior or appearance(3) make a reproduction or copy of
(1) To imitate the musical speech of children, Mahler uses a pentatonic interspersed melodic.(2) children love to imitate(3) synthetic fabrics can now imitate everything from silk to rubber(4) In contrast to common chimps, at six months of age Kanzi engaged in much vocal babbling and seemed to be trying to imitate human speech.(5) However, mountain chalets (country houses) built by city-dwellers as vacation homes often imitate the older rural styles.(6) Bed rest can closely imitate some of the detrimental effects of weightlessness on the body.(7) He would imitate Cameron's mannerisms and everything.(8) That is, motivated by prestige and upward mobility, lower class women try to imitate the speech of the upper class but miss the target and end up with affrication rather than frication.(9) Many techniques that imitate nature - collectively known as biomimetic technologies - are prohibitively expensive.(10) And also, importantly, that it does not merely imitate existing models, but itself becomes the example that all others will follow.(11) For example, simulations can be used to imitate a specific market situation.(12) But some simulations imitate real people and economies more closely than others, just as some physics models produce more authentic collisions.(13) So why not imitate nature to extract renewable energy without harming the environment?(14) Simulation is an analytical method designed to imitate a real-life system.(15) As children witness these behaviors, they sometimes imitate what they have experienced or observed.(16) The mere simplicity of the film is appealing, and some of the awkward, unsteady dialogue seems to imitate the conversations that can be found in real life coffee shops.
(1) to imitate :: تقليد
1. emulate ::
2. mimic ::
مقلد الصوت والحركة
3. copy ::
1. originate ::
Different Formsimitate, imitated, imitates, imitating
Word Example from TV Shows
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I don't like when you IMITATE me.
The Big Bang Theory Season 10, Episode 21
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