impersonate definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To believe the character or look of, especially fraudulently: impersonate a police officer.
    • To copy the appearance, sound, or manner of; mimic: an entertainer whom impersonates famous people.
    • Archaic To embody; personify.
    • to spend with personality; to endow using the form of a full time income being.
    • To ascribe the characteristics of one to; to personify.
    • To believe, or even portray, the individual or personality of; to personate.
  • verb:
    • To manifest in corporeal kind, or perhaps in your own person or human body.
    • To imagine is (someone else), to assume the identification of.
    • represent someone else with comic intentions
    • pretend to be someone you are not; sometimes with fraudulent intentions
    • assume or act the smoothness of
  • others:
    • to spend with character; ascribe the attributes of one to; express in physical form; personify; embody.
    • To believe the person or character of; personate, specifically in the phase: as, to impersonate Hamlet.
    • Personified; spent with personality.

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