Definition of 'mime'
Example sentences containing 'mime'
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This is the trouble with interviewing a gifted mime artist. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Join a dance or mime class if you need extra help. 50 Ways to Become a Self-Confident Woman (1989)They must have been playing her miming tape too fast. The Sun (2011)We recorded the songs so the actors could mime to them. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The constant movement forced on the patient is akin to miming the actions of drinking. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Scratch that idea of her as a mime artist. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Or a struggling young mime artist perhaps? Times, Sunday Times (2007)He is not a mime artist. Times, Sunday Times (2006)He then moved his hand across the edge of the box, miming the action of writing. PERDITA: The Life of Mary Robinson (2004)There's a reason mime artists paint on that tear trickling down their cheek. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Another proposal is to use a mime artists to persuade patrons to be quiet when they go outside in the street to smoke. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Pop music has always been about artifice and miming has been part of its landscape since the 1960s. Times, Sunday Times (2009) Music, mime and choreography combine in this piece about five characters caught up in a warped reality. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The musical direction she was going in and the mime and dance, it left me pretty cold. Times, Sunday Times (2014)We used to all mime so to get up and do it completely stripped back, my voice was a little bit shaky. The Sun (2014)That act was a sort of mixture of mime and dance, and from Holland. The Sun (2013)Added to drama, of course, are mime and dance. Working with Teenagers (1994)Bosses are understood to see her routines as a stylised mix of dance, mime, comedy and theatrics. The Sun (2012)A combination of music, mime and choreography, in which five characters are caught up in a warped reality. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Based on the hit American show of the same name, the celebrity contestants have to dress up and dance while they mime to a hit song. The Sun (2016)
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Translations for 'mime'
British English: mime NOUN
Mime is the use of movements and gestures in order to express something or tell a story without using speech.
Music, mime and strong visual imagery play a strong part in the productions.
British English: mime VERB
If you mime something, you describe or express it using mime rather than speech.
It featured a solo dance in which a woman in a short overall mimed a lot of dainty housework.
He could mime.
Definition of mime from the Collins English Dictionary
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