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Synonyms of 'parrot'

(verb) 
Definition
to repeat or imitate (someone else's words) without understanding them
Many politicians simply parrot impressive-sounding phrases.
Synonyms
repeat
He repeated that he had been misquoted.
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echo
Many phrases in the last chapter echo earlier passages.
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imitate
a precedent which may be imitated by other activists
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copy
We all tend to copy people we admire.
coquettish gestures which she had copied from actresses in soap operas
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reiterate (formal)
He reiterated his opposition to the creation of a central bank.
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mimic
She could mimic anybody, reducing her friends to helpless laughter.
(noun) 
Definition
a person who repeats or imitates someone else's words
Synonyms
mimic
He's a very good mimic.
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copycat (informal)
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imitator
a group of Elvis imitators
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(little) echo

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Additional synonyms

in the sense of copy
Definition
to act or try to be like another
We all tend to copy people we admire.coquettish gestures which she had copied from actresses in soap operas
Synonyms
act like,
behave like,
ape,
follow suit,
follow the example of
in the sense of echo
Definition
(of people) to repeat or imitate (what someone else has said)
Many phrases in the last chapter echo earlier passages.
in the sense of imitate
Definition
to copy the manner or style of, or take as a model
a precedent which may be imitated by other activists
Synonyms
ape,
follow suit,
follow in the footsteps of,
take a leaf out of (someone's) book

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