Something that is fake or staged. Such as a training session on how to respond in an emergency would be called a mock drill.**************************Another meaning of mock is to ridicule; do not mock the President, he's doing a good job.
To mock at or treat with derision
A mock of something is a replica or display of the original. A mock debate would be like practice debate done by a high school debate team or similar.
Derideo deridere derisi derisum, meaning mock.
Don Quixote is a mock romance, the character of Quixote is mock-heroic. The definition of a mock epic is very similar to that of mock romance, however, the mock epic is the larger idea, and the mock romance is the specific idea.
the meaning of ridicule is to mock or tease someone or something. ridiculous derives from ridicule, i think, of something being funny andbeing mocked about it
well what they they had to eat was mock everything really: mock goose, mock ham and even mock bread
To mock means 'to make fun of' and "Mock" is used to mean practice or pretend, as in "Mock Exams", a "Mock Debate", a "Mock Trial", things students could do in a school in preparation, perhaps, for the real thing.
mock friendly - pretending to be friendly
My brother likes to mock me. The troops engaged in a mock battle. A sailor isn't one to mock while you are standing on his dock.
mock means dan
F is for faux (phony, simulated) M is for mock (imitation)
June Mock is 5' 8".
Michaela Mock was born in 1960.
mock dint is someone mocking someone
Mock Chicken is made of poo
mocking a parliament is called mock parliament
Richard Mock was born in 1944.
Mock Turtle was created in 1865.
George Mock died in 2001.
George Mock was born in 1907.
Jerrie Mock was born in 1925.
Alois Mock was born in 1934.
A mock trial is when a group of kids from a school, or community, holds a fake trial in court, for competition.