copycat

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Imitative; unoriginal
One who imitates others' work without adding ingenuity
To act as a [[#Noun|copycat]]; to copy in a shameless or derivative way
One who imitates others work without adding ingenuity
A copycat crime is committed by someone who is copying someone else. a series of copycat attacks by hooligan gangs
disapproval If you call someone a copycat, you are accusing them of copying your behaviour, dress, or ideas. The Beatles have copycats all over the world. someone who copies other people's clothes, behaviour, work etc - used by children to show disapproval. copycat crime/attack etc a crime, attack etc which is similar to a famous crime that another person has committed
someone who copies the words or behavior of another
{i} mimic, imitator, one who imitates the acts or works of others
copycats
plural of copycat
copycat

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    käpikät

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    /ˈkäpēˌkat/ /ˈkɑːpiːˌkæt/

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    [ -"kat ] (noun.) 1896. From copy + cat (“person”). It has been in use since at least 1896, in Sarah Orne Jewett's The Country of the Pointed Firs.

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