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imitator

Line breaks: imi|ta¦tor
Pronunciation: /ˈɪmɪteɪtə(r)
 
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Definition of imitator in English:

noun

Someone who copies the behaviour or actions of another: the show’s success has sparked off many imitators
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  • It was thought the picture, which shows gondoliers and sailors at work in 18th century Venice, was a copy by an imitator or student of the artist and had been valued at no more than £5,000.
  • Engage in continuous research, knowing that if you're successful, imitators are sure to follow.
  • A whole host of less able imitators have followed in Italy, many of whom have abandoned the richness of their original local wines.
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