imitere

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Danish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin imitārī, present infinitive of imitor (imitate).

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  • IPA(key): /imiterə/, [imiˈtˢeˀɐ]

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imitere (imperative imiter, infinitive at imitere, present tense imiterer, past tense imiterede, perfect tense er/har imiteret)

  1. to imitate

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Verb[edit]

imitēre

  1. second-person singular present passive subjunctive of imitō
  2. second-person singular present active subjunctive of imitor

Norwegian Bokmål[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin imitari

Verb[edit]

imitere (imperative imiter, present tense imiterer, passive imiteres, simple past imiterte, past participle imitert, present participle imiterende)

  1. to imitate
    • 1982 June 25, Bill Lancaster, The Thing, Alaska: Turman-Foster Company; distributed by Universal Pictures, 8:25 from the start:
      Norwegian (Norbert Weisser): Se til helvete og kom dere vekk. Det er ikke en bikkje, det er en slags ting! Det imiterer en bikkje, det er ikke virkelig! Kom dere vekk, idioter!
      Get the hell outta there. That’s not a dog, it’s some sort of thing! It’s imitating a dog, it isn’t real! Get away, you idiots!

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