mimics, 3rd person singular present; mimicked, past participle; mimicking, present participle; mimicked, past tense;
Imitative of something, esp. for amusement
they were waging mimic war
Imitate (someone or their actions or words), typically in order to entertain or ridicule
she mimicked Eileen's voice
(of an animal or plant) Resemble or imitate (another animal or plant), esp. to deter predators or for camouflage
(of a drug) Replicate the physiological effects of (another substance)
(of a disease) Exhibit symptoms that bear a deceptive resemblance to those of (another disease)
A person skilled in imitating the voice, mannerisms, or movements of others in an entertaining way
An animal or plant that exhibits mimicry
constituting an imitation; "the mimic warfare of the opera stage"- Archibald Alison
imitate (a person or manner), especially for satirical effect; "The actor mimicked the President very accurately"
someone who mimics (especially an actor or actress)
MIMIC, known in capitalized form only, is a former simulation computer language developed 1964 by H. E. Petersen, F. J. Sansom and L. M. Warshawsky of Systems Engineering Group within the Air Force Materiel Command at the Wright-Patterson AFB in Dayton, Ohio, USA. ...
Mimicry is the similarity of one species to another which protects one or both. This similarity can be in appearance, behaviour, sound, scent and even location, with the mimics found in similar places to their models.
The Danaid Eggfly or Mimic (Hypolimnas misippus) is a widespread species of nymphalid butterfly. It is well known for polymorphism and mimicry. Males are blackish with distinctive white spots that are fringed in blue. ...
Mimic (Calvin Montgomery Rankin) is a Marvel Comics fictional character who was briefly a member of the X-Men in the 1960s. He was then the first character to be added to the team after the original line-up and the first X-Man who was not a mutant.
In the Dungeons & Dragons fantasy role-playing game, the mimic is a type of fictional monster for player characters to encounter. It is portrayed as being able to change its shape to disguise its body as an inanimate object, commonly a chest. ...
An impressionist or a mimic is a performer whose act consists of imitating another person's voice and mannerisms.
Mimic is an American science fiction horror film, with elements of a slasher film, released in 1997. Directed by Guillermo del Toro, the script was inspired by a short story of the same name by Donald A. Wollheim. Mimic, whose U.S. ...
MIMIC, or modular immune in vitro construct, is an artificial system imitating the human immune system. It has applications in vaccine development.
Mimics is an image processing software package for 3-dimensional design and modeling, commercially developed by Materialise NV. ...
(Mimes) A mime artist (from Greek "μίμος" - mimos, "imitator, actor") is someone who uses mime as a theatrical medium or as a performance art, involving miming, or the acting out a story through body motions, without use of speech. ...
One who practices mimicry, or mime; To imitate, especially in order to ridicule; to take on the appearance of another, for protection or camouflage
This verb means to repeat or imitate another person’s speech as an ambassador, interpretor or mocker.
On some semi-computerised lighting desks that do not use a TV monitor to display channel information, a row of LEDs is used, one for each channel. When a channel is faded up the corresponding LED lights to show that that channel is active.
An imitation that sends a false signal.
1. A species that looks very similar to another species. For example, the Viceroy butterfly looks a lot like the Monarch butterfly. Monarchs are poisonous to most predators, but Viceroys are not. Since the Viceroy is a mimic of the Monarch, it gets protection from predators. 2. ...
A harmless and edible animalAny living thing that is not a plant. Most animals can move about freely. All use plants or other animals as food. All have sensory organs. that is mistaken for an inedible, poisonous, or venomous animalAny living thing that is not a plant. ...
This person either has no real personality or is afraid to show it, preferring to simply repeat what others (especially the boss) say. When this person does speak, the words are often so full of jargon and cliches that no one knows for sure the exact meaning of what was said.
The use of colours and patterns to impersonate another animals appearance.
something or someone that attempts to resemble someone or something else
in biology, when one organism evolves to look like another organism to increase their ability to survive
multivane intensity modulation compensation
Mimics are black shrub enemies from the "Sunset Shores" and "Foggy Fumes" levels of Donkey Kong Country Returns.