English Idiom – Copycat.
Meaning – A person who copies someone else. Someone or something that closely imitates another. A copycat might copy the words, actions or behaviour of another.
- Cat got your tongue? – This expression is said to someone who has nothing to say.
- Let the cat out of the bag – To reveal a secret.
- Raining cats and dogs – Raining very heavily.
- When the cat’s away, the mice will play (proverb) – If the person in charge of a group of people is not there, the group of people will do as they please.
- “Look at Steve, he’s bought a hat and a coat just like mine. He’s such a copycat!”
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