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mimic panel

  

      n   a panel simulating the geographical layout of a television studio, railway points system, traffic interchange, etc., in which small indicator lamps display the selected state of the lighting circuits, signalling, traffic lights, etc.  
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mimic  
      vb   , -ics, -icking, -icked   tr  
1    to imitate (a person, a manner, etc.), esp. for satirical effect; ape  
2    to take on the appearance of; resemble closely  
certain flies mimic wasps     
3    to copy closely or in a servile manner  
      n  
4    a person or an animal, such as a parrot, that is clever at mimicking  
5    an animal that displays mimicry  
      adj  
6    of, relating to, or using mimicry; imitative  
7    simulated, make-believe, or mock  
     (C16: from Latin mimicus, from Greek mimikos, from mimos mime)  
  mimicker      n  


mimic panel  
      n   a panel simulating the geographical layout of a television studio, railway points system, traffic interchange, etc., in which small indicator lamps display the selected state of the lighting circuits, signalling, traffic lights, etc.  

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mimic

  

      vb  
1    ape, caricature, do     (informal)   imitate, impersonate, parody, take off     (informal)  
2    echo, look like, mirror, resemble, simulate, take on the appearance of  
      n  
3    caricaturist, copycat     (informal)   imitator, impersonator, impressionist, parodist, parrot  
      adj  
4    echoic, imitation, imitative, make-believe, mimetic, mock, sham, simulated  

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