- 1Relating to the adoption or imitation of another person’s views or policies, often for political advantage: he has been a me-too liberal on many of the issues that matter mostMore example sentences
- On the level of spending on public services, they have tried to be a me-too party.
- For the present government, the "me-too" label can hardly apply.
- His belated embrace of the me-too politics of health care may have been prompted by political expediency.
- 1.1(Of a product) designed to emulate or rival another that has already been successful: me-too drugsMore example sentences
- Engage in research for life-threatening diseases with no cure rather than working on me-too devices.
- Without acquisitions, however, they may struggle in new markets, given the shortcomings of its me-too approach.
- The company has resisted offering a "me-too" product like a digital audio player.
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