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  1. mock

    • IPA[mɒk]

    英式

    • v.
      tease or laugh at in a scornful or contemptuous manner;make (something) seem laughably unreal or impossible
    • adj.
      not authentic or real, but without the intention to deceive;(of an examination, battle, etc.) arranged for training or practice
    • n.
      mock examinations;an object of derision
    • noun: mock, plural noun: mocks

    • verb: mock, 3rd person present: mocks, gerund or present participle: mocking, past tense: mocked, past participle: mocked

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    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. tease or laugh at in a scornful or contemptuous manner:

      opposition MPs mocked the government's decision

    • 2. make (something) seem laughably unreal or impossible:

      at Christmas, arguments and friction mock our pretence at peace

    • 3. mimic (someone or something) scornfully or contemptuously:

      he ought to find out who used his name, mocked his voice, and aped a few of his guitar lines

    • 4. make a replica or imitation of something.
    • adj.
      形容詞
    • 1. not authentic or real, but without the intention to deceive:

      a mock-Georgian red brick house

      Jim threw up his hands in mock horror

    • 2. (of an examination, battle, etc.) arranged for training or practice:

      mock GCSEs

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. mock examinations:

      obtaining Grade A in mocks

    • 2. an object of derision:

      he has become the mock of all his contemporaries

    • adj. making fun of someone or something in a cruel way; derisive:

    • the mocking hostility in his voice made her wince

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    • adj. making fun of someone or something in a cruel way; derisive:

    • he got jeers and mocking laughter as he addressed the marchers

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    • adj.
      (of a literary work or its style) imitating the style of heroic literature in order to satirize an unheroic subject.
    • n.
      a burlesque imitation of the heroic character or literary style.

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    • adj.
      (of a literary work or its style) imitating the style of heroic literature in order to satirize an unheroic subject.
    • n.
      a burlesque imitation of the heroic character or literary style.

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    • n. a model or replica of a machine or structure, used for instructional or experimental purposes:

    • a mock-up of a steam locomotive cab

      a mock-up prototype

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    • n. a model or replica of a machine or structure, used for instructional or experimental purposes:

    • a mock-up of a steam locomotive cab

      a mock-up prototype

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    • n. a paraselene.

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    • n. a high-protein vegetarian food resembling duck meat but made from wheat gluten:

    • the cashew dish with mock duck was perfect

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    • IPA[mäk]

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    • v.
      tease or laugh at in a scornful or contemptuous manner:
    • he mocks them as Washington insiders
    • adj.
      not authentic or real, but without the intention to deceive:
    • a mock-Georgian red brick house

      Jim threw up his hands in mock horror

    • n.
      an object of derision:
    • he has become the mock of all his contemporaries

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