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impersonate (verb), impersonates; impersonated; impersonating
1. To pretend to be another person in order to deceive others: There are some criminals who impersonate police officers on the phone in order to deceive people so they can be robbed when the fraudulent person and companions arrive.
2. To engage in a game or fantasy that involves supposing something that is not real: Some children like to impersonate grownups as a form of entertainment.
To act as a character of something.
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(Greek: represent, impersonate, copy; imitate, act as; simulate, simulation)