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To copy someone or something

imitate

verb

to copy something

copy

verb

to do something in the same way as someone else

mimic

verb

to behave or work in the same way as something else

follow

verb

to do the same thing that someone else has done

follow in someone’s footsteps

to do the same work or achieve the same success as someone else before you

do likewise

do the same

follow the crowd/go with the crowd

to do or think the same as the majority of people

take a leaf out of/from someone’s book

to copy what someone else does because they are successful at doing it

take your cue from someone

to behave in the same way as someone else, because you think that is the right thing to do

imitate

verb

to copy someone’s actions, words, or behaviour, often in order to make people laugh

SOLE

… a teaching method in which groups of children learn independently using a computer linked to the internet

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bankster

a derogatory word used for referring to people in the banking and investment industry who are thought of as taking serious risks in order to increase their own earnings …

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