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to imitate



Meanings of "to imitate" with other terms in English Spanish Dictionary : 68 result(s)

English Spanish
Common
(spain) to imitate coger [v]
imitate imitar [v]
General
imitate calcar [v]
imitate contrahacer [v]
imitate copiar [v]
imitate remedar [v]
imitate secundar [v]
ribbon worn in a bullfighter's pony tail to imitate the hair of former bullfighters castañeta [f]
imitate arremedar [v]
imitate arrendar [v] rare
painted to imitate clouds anubarrado [adj]
children's game where they imitate characters from western films coboyada [f] PE disused
imitate mimetizar [v]
imitate coger [v] ES
fake or imitate contrahacer [v]
imitate a foul tirarse a la piscina [v]
imitate an older person's habits achibolarse [v] PE
imitate someone/something arremedar [v] MX NI CO PE
imitate someone's mannerisms or speech pattern in order to make fun of them etricar [v] DO
imitate cosechar [v] MX
imitate monearse [v] PR PE BO
imitate reparar [v] AR
painted to imitate clouds anubarrado [adj]
used to imitate the sound of cracking knuckles, especially those of the hands or feet, to reinforce one's position ¡cuy! [interj] EC
device which is used to imitate the cry of a bird reclamo [m]
folk dance performed in pairs (whose movements imitate the conquest of the woman by the male) bambuco [m] EC:Ne
(for a person) that tries to imitate the dressing and gestures of dominicans living in new york bacán-yol [m/f] US:Ne
painted to imitate clouds anubarrada [adj/f]
ability to imitate talento para imitar
ability to imitate habilidad para imitar
ability to imitate capacidad para imitar
ability to imitate don para imitar
ability to imitate capacidad de imitación
ability to imitate talento para la imitación
imitate andalusian pronunciation acurrarse [v] CU
imitate the noise of a kettledrum atabalear [v]
imitate arabian customs, language arabizar [v]
imitate the french afrancesarse [v]
imitate the voice of a fawn agamitar [v]
imitate pearls aljofarar [v]
imitate north american manners agringarse [v] AMER
imitate arrendar [v]
imitate retratar [v]
imitate simular [v]
imitate sacar [v]
imitate tomar [v]
imitate seguir [v]
relating to moorish forms which imitate the christian style or manner cristianesco [adj]
relating to moorish forms which imitate the christian style or manner cristianesca [adj/f]
imitate seguir el ejemplo de [v]
imitate tomar por modelo [v]
imitate chepear [v] HN
Idioms
imitate the way of speaking of upper class people hablar con la papa en la boca [v] PA EC CL
imitate someone else hacerle gallo [v] SV
Colloquial
imitate monear [v] PE
Business
imitate imitar [v]
Architecture
imitate a brick wall by painting agramilar [v]
drawing of lines that imitate the meshes of a network, used in architectural ornamentation of the middle ages arción [m]
Hunting
imitate birds' notes chillar [v]
imitate a fawn agamitar [v]
Folklore
traditional dance in which the dancers are dressed as shepherds and imitate how llamas walk llamerada [f] PE BO:C:W
traditional dance in which the dancers are dressed as shepherds and imitate how llamas walk llamero [m] BO:W
ancient folk dance where the dancers imitate birds, the male courts the female, and the dancers move the ends of their ponchos like wings pala pala [m] AR
creole peasant dance in which the dancers imitate the way of walking of the vulture zopilote [m] HN
traditional dance in which the dancers imitate llama herders llameritos [m/pl] PE
traditional dance in which the dancers imitate the action of spuring on llamas with slingshots, with which they trace different figures llamish [m/pl] PE
folk dance set to a slow and halting beat, in which the dancers imitate high class colonial professionals doctorcitos [m/pl] BO
dance where performers wear black masks and instruments that imitate agricultural work, celebrated around christmas negritos [m/pl] PE:C BO:C,W