English to Malagasy Meaning of mime - MIME

Mime :

MIME, mpanao hatsikana, Joker, manahaka, trano firaketana, Pantomime

haka tahaka, toa an'i, ako, dika mitovy, MIME, miteraka, hanoratra, hanorina

MIMEmimedbaiko moanamiming
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Definitions of mime in English
Noun(1) an actor who communicates entirely by gesture and facial expression(2) a performance using gestures and body movements without words
Verb(1) imitate (a person or manner(2) act out without words but with gestures and bodily movements only
Examples of mime in English
(1) I didn't talk much in my other classes, but it was a mandatory thing to talk in theatre, unless you wanted to be a mime and I wasn't into all those horizontal stripes, they made me look hippy.(2) The video shows lots of river shots, while the dancers mime fishlike movements.(3) I was enormously gratified, especially considering that Doug's first impression of me was formed at our launch event, where I was acting as a mime .(4) It feels real, thanks to the inclusion of a small girl who can effectively mime fear and horror.(5) Joshua made circles of his fingers over his eyes, a brief mime of spectacles.(6) The ÔÇÿprovocative and powerfulÔÇÖ show combines humour, spectacle, character comedy and mime on September 26 - October 1.(7) He uses mime , movement, acrobatics and text in a very literate way.(8) Go along to see a variety of dance including contemporary, hip hop, cabaret, physical theatre, salsa, mime and physical character.(9) The crowd were then treated to a mime performed by pupils of 3rd class.(10) Her pupils learn all about camera work, have step-by-step vocal exercises, discover how to create new characters, find out all about movement, mime and script work and are also taught all about audition techniques.(11) Their easy, unforced use of gesture breathes life into mime , making it an extension of speech.(12) Remembered primarily as a pastoral poet, he was in fact a most versatile writer, and a bridal hymn, a panegyric, and a mime describing two middle-class women at a showy religious ceremony are among his best pieces.(13) Their attack on George, a 58 year-old United Church minister who was performing a mime , was totally uncalled for, and seemed to be designed to provoke an angry reaction from a peaceful crowd.(14) Anyone who wanted to take part in any way, be it dancing, singing, telling an impromptu story or doing a mime , was given the opportunity to perform.(15) All aspects of the theatre will be covered including games, improvisation, script, mime , physical theatre and clowning.(16) He did not undergo any special studies in mime or movement.
Related Phrases of mime
(1) mime ::
1. pantomime ::
3. dumb show ::
moana fampisehoana
4. act out ::
hanao zavatra avy
5. pantomime ::
6. mimic ::
Different Forms
mime, mimed, mimes, miming
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