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Synonyms for mimic

Synonyms for mimic

to copy (another) slavishly

to copy (the manner or expression of another), especially in an exaggerated or mocking way

a performer skilled at copying the manner or expression of another

one who mindlessly imitates another

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someone who mimics (especially an actor or actress)

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imitate (a person or manner), especially for satirical effect

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constituting an imitation

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The researchers found that different butterfly species act both as model and as mimic, 'borrowing' features from each other and even generating new patterns.
With Mimics Enlight, clinicians and hospitals will be able to scale their 3D modeling solutions for cardiovascular procedures, knowing they are working with a trusted partner in the medical device field.
Because the solubility of the non-dairy creamer analogs/ mimics, except for the control (commercial), were not different from each other and the color of the non-dairy creamer analogs/mimics did not change over the storage time, solubility and color of the products were not measured after 0-month storage.
Perhaps the most well-known example of an effective mimic pair is the monarch and viceroy butterflies.
The Company has established a number of R&D relationships with companies in the biotech and Pharma field and has received a Phase I and II from the National Science Foundation for its platform technology for the development of Antibody Mimics based upon the Fibronectin Module 14 human scaffold.
One of these strategies is transformational mimicry, meaning that the model mimics different species as it grows [49].
Tech mimics, conversely, are inherently copycat enterprises, with a focus on imbibing best practices that could have been invented in other enterprises.
Today, biologists call these look-alike nasties Mullerian mimics.
Electrocardiographic artifacts that mimic ventricular arrhythmias may result in which of the following?
Unlike typical formaldehyde-based resins, which have been found to off-gas this suspected carcinogen into homes, the company's PureBond mimics the way bivalve shellfish attach to stationary surfaces in the ocean.
Current thinking holds that environmental estrogens cause endocrine disruption when these steroid mimics enter the cell's nucleus and turn genes on or off, or up or down, by binding to DNA.
This vaccine mimics live viral infection, although there is no spread of virus in the body.
Planar supported mimics of cell membranes are of great interest for the study of membrane structure/function relationships and for the development of biomaterials.
RHAKOSS is under development as a preformed, bioactive, bone-bonding composite that mimics the natural dual cortical-cancellous composition of human bone, providing high strength while also allowing for the ingrowth of host bone to address the vertebral interbody fusion and spinal reconstruction market.
The sculptural semicircle, which mimics the lines of athletic shoes in its transparent seating construction, imports the mass dynamic of sporting events into the realm of art.