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1 mock /ˈmɑːk/ verb
mocks; mocked; mocking
1 mock
/ˈmɑːk/
verb
mocks; mocked; mocking
Learner's definition of MOCK
[+ object]
: to laugh at or make fun of (someone or something) especially by copying an action or a way of behaving or speaking
: to criticize and laugh at (someone or something) for being bad, worthless, or unimportant

— mocker

/ˈmɑːkɚ/ noun, plural mockers [count]

— mocking

adjective [more mocking; most mocking]

— mockingly

/ˈmɑːkɪŋli/ adverb
2 mock /ˈmɑːk/ adjective
2 mock
/ˈmɑːk/
adjective
Learner's definition of MOCK
always used before a noun
: not based on real or honest feelings
: done or performed to look like the real thing
3 mock /ˈmɑːk/ noun
plural mocks
3 mock
/ˈmɑːk/
noun
plural mocks
Learner's definition of MOCK
[count] British
: an exam that does not count and that is done to practice for a real exam : a mock exam usually plural
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