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  • 1 Mock-up — des Innenraumes eines Airbus A 380 Der aus dem Englischen stammende Begriff Mock up (in der Schweiz auch Maquette) bezeichnet im Deutschen beispielsweise eine Attrappe. Er wird heute aber meist für ein maßstäblich gefertigtes Modell bzw. eine… …

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  • 2 Mock — Mock, a. Imitating reality, but not real; false; counterfeit; assumed; sham. [1913 Webster] That superior greatness and mock majesty. Spectator. [1913 Webster] {Mock bishop s weed} (Bot.), a genus of slender umbelliferous herbs ({Discopleura})… …

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  • 3 Mock — ist der Name von: Alfred Mock (1908–2006), katholischer Ordenspriester und Philosophieprofessor Alois Mock (* 1934), österreichischer Politiker Freida Lee Mock, US amerikanische Drehbuchautorin, Regisseurin und Filmproduzentin Gerhard Mock (*… …

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  • 4 Mock — may refer to: In geography: Mock, California, in Inyo County In programming: Virtual mock or Mock object, simulated objects that mimics the behavior of real objects in controlled ways In mathematics: Mock modular form, mathematical function In… …

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  • 5 Mock — Mock, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Mocked}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Mocking}.] [F. moquer, of uncertain origin; cf. OD. mocken to mumble, G. mucken, OSw. mucka.] 1. To imitate; to mimic; esp., to mimic in sport, contempt, or derision; to deride by mimicry.… …

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  • 6 Mock-Up on Mu — is a 2009 science fiction film directed by San Francisco film artist Craig Baldwin, filmed by Bill Daniel, and edited by Sylvia Schedelbauer. It was filmed in 16 mm and runs for 110 minutes.[1] Mock Up on Mu opened at the New York Film… …

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  • 7 mock-up — n a full size model of something, made before the real thing is built, or made for a film, show etc mock up of ▪ a mock up of the system ▪ a mock up of a submarine →mock up at ↑mock1 …

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  • 8 mock — [mäk] vt. [ME mokken < OFr mocquer, to mock] 1. to hold up to scorn or contempt; ridicule 2. to imitate or mimic, as in fun or derision; burlesque 3. to lead on and disappoint; deceive 4. to defy and make futile; defeat [the fortress mocked… …

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  • 9 Möck — ist der Name folgender Personen: Alexander Maria Möck (* 1969), deutscher Musiker Manfred Möck (* 1959), deutscher Schauspieler Sibylle Möck (* 1979), deutsche Moderatorin, Reporterin und Fernsehjournalistin Siehe auch Moeck …

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  • 10 Mock-Up —  Ne doit pas être confondu avec Mashup. En informatique, le terme mock up (qui vient du même mot anglais qui signifie une maquette à l échelle 1:1) désigne un prototype d interface utilisateur. Un mock up a ainsi pour rôle de présenter les… …

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  • 11 mock- — [mɔk US ma:k] prefix 1.) used to show that an attitude or feeling is pretended, not real ▪ a mock serious expression ▪ His frown was mock severe. 2.) copying a particular style, especially of building ▪ a mock Tudor fireplace …

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  • 12 mock- — [mɔk US ma:k] prefix 1.) used to show that an attitude or feeling is pretended, not real ▪ a mock serious expression ▪ His frown was mock severe. 2.) copying a particular style, especially of building ▪ a mock Tudor fireplace …

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  • 13 mock — [adj] artificial, fake apish*, bogus*, counterfeit, dummy, ersatz*, faked, false, feigned, forged, fraudulent, hokey*, imitation, imitative, make believe, mimic, phony, pretended, pseudo*, put on*, quasi*, sham*, simulated, so called*, spurious,… …

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  • 14 Möck — Möck, Mock und Uhl retteten Rottweil dem römischen (päpstlichen) Stuhl. – Eiselein, 534; Kirchhofer, 114; Langen, Beiträge, S. 342; Birlinger, 1146; Reinsberg V, 103. Auch unter den Bürgern zu Rottweil hatte die Reformation viel Anklang und… …

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  • 15 Mock — Mock, n. 1. An act of ridicule or derision; a scornful or contemptuous act or speech; a sneer; a jibe; a jeer. [1913 Webster] Fools make a mock at sin. Prov. xiv. 9. [1913 Webster] 2. Imitation; mimicry. [R.] Crashaw. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 16 mock- — [ mak ] prefix 1. ) not real or true: used with some adjectives: a mock stern expression 2. ) copying a particular style: used with some adjectives: a house with mock Tudor beams …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 17 mock-up — mock ups N COUNT: oft N of n A mock up of something such as a machine or building is a model of it which is used in tests or to show people what it will look like. There s a mock up of the high street where the Goodwins go shopping. Syn: model …

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  • 18 mock-up — mock′ up or mock′up n. a model, often full size, for study, testing, or teaching: a mock up of an experimental aircraft[/ex] • Etymology: 1915–20 …

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  • 19 mock-up — [mäk′up΄] n. [altered (< MOCK & UP1) < Fr maquette, a sketch, mock up < maquiller, to pretend, orig. a cant term, to work < dial. makier, to make, do < MDu maken, akin to MAKE1] a scale model, usually a full sized replica, of a… …

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  • 20 mock-he|ro|ic — «MOK hih RO ihk, MK », adjective, noun. –adj. imitating or burlesquing the heroic style or character: »Alexander Pope s “Rape of the Lock” is a mock heroic poem. –n. an imitation or burlesque of what is heroic. –mock´ he|ro´i|cal|ly, adverb …

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