[ verb ] reproduce someone's behavior or looks
"The mime imitated the passers-by" "Children often copy their parents or older siblings"
Used in print(Jacob Robbins et al., "The thyroid-stimulating...)
The mechanism of this coupling has been studied in some detail with non-enzymatic systems in_vitro and can be simulated by certain di-iodotyrosine analogues ( Pitt-Rivers and James , 1958 ) .(Clement Greenberg, "Collage" in his Art and...)
It was for this reason , and no other that I can see , that in September 1912 , Braque took the radical and revolutionary step of pasting actual pieces of imitation woodgrain wallpaper to a drawing on paper , instead of trying to simulate its texture in paint .
Yet the violent immediacy of the wallpaper strips pasted to the paper , and the only lesser immediacy of block_capitals that simulate window lettering , manage somehow to push the grape cluster back into place on the picture_plane so that it does not `` jump '' .(Ross E. McKinney and Howard Edde, "Aerated...)
Five of the tests were conducted with a polyethylene cover to simulate an ice cover .(Irving Stone, The Agony and the Ecstasy....)
Michelangelo hurried to Sangallo 's solitary bachelor room with his sketches , asked the architect to design a stand which would simulate the seated Madonna .