Definition of mini-me in English:

mini-me

Syllabification: mi·ni-me
Pronunciation: /ˈminēˌmē
 
/

noun

informal
A person closely resembling a smaller or younger version of another: so far, Eminem’s mini-me has failed to get himself a moneymaking deal
More example sentences
  • The world has changed, America went further to the right and Britain is turning into the mini-me version of the country we all love to hate.
  • Why try to make them into mini versions of yourself, with their mini-me haircuts and their mini-me clothes?
  • Specks on the horizons they may be, but considerations of church weddings, christenings and the recognition of festivities around Christmas and Easter for some mini-mes might not be that far off.

Origin

the name of a small cloned character in the movie Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me (1999).

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