- 1.1 u (copying) imitación (f) to learn by imitation aprender imitando or por imitación in imitation of sth/sb [formal] a imitación de algo/algn [formal] imitation is the sincerest form of flattery el mejor halago es que lo imiten a unoMore example sentences1.2 c (impersonation) imitación (f) to do imitations hacer* imitaciones
More example sentences1.3 c (copy) imitación (f) beware of imitations tenga cuidado con las imitaciones
- We now have running turf wars by vested interests which place the welfare of the patient and the accession to treatment at the bottom of the system in supine imitation of the British model.
- The imitation of classical models was less common than on the Continent and, except for Jonson, no important writer paid strict attention to the rules humanist critics had formulated.
- Obedience cannot, moreover, be a matter for isolated preoccupation, in the search for models for our imitation.
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- ‘Like, duh,’ I rolled my eyes in a valley girl imitation, flipping my hair for good effect.
- In his show he exploited a talent for mimicry that manifested itself in a Moira Anderson imitation when he was seven, and then in wicked parodies of his teachers.
- Here he employs an improbably effective Paul Lynde imitation for much of his delivery.
- Surely, there could be imitations and really good reproductions, but these cannot be considered original art.
- These works are often replicas or imitations of ancient Greek and Roman art.
- It means even drinkers of cheap imitations of champagne pay an extra 50p a bottle.