[+person, thing] se moquer de
→ He had mocked her modest ambitions.
→ I thought you were mocking me.
[leather, wood] imitation before n
mock leather simili cuir, imitation cuir
a mock wedding un simulacre de mariage
→ a series of events including a mock wedding,
a mock battle un simulacre de bataille
a mock trial un simulacre de procès
→ another group staged a mock trial of an effigy of him before burning it
[horror, disapproval, despair] feint (e)
→ "It's tragic!" swoons Jeffrey in mock horror.
(to give practice)
[interview] simulé (e)
→ Ask your nearest and dearest to run through a mock interview with you
(=examinations) examens mpl blancs → How did you get on in your mocks? →
mock examination , mock exam
n examen m blanc
→ The marks in the mock A level exams were disappointing.
[house, mansion] de style Tudor
a mock-Tudor mansion un manoir de style Tudor
→ a mock-Tudor house in Wilmslow
n maquette f