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mimé

Dictionnaire des rimes. 2013.

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  • mime — mime …   Dictionnaire des rimes

  • mime — [ mim ] n. • 1520; lat. mimus, gr. mimos I ♦ N. m. 1 ♦ Antiq. Courte comédie burlesque et satirique, comprenant texte, chant et expression corporelle. 2 ♦ Genre de spectacle fondé sur le geste et l expression corporelle. ⇒ mimique (II, 1o),… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • MIME — (произн. «майм», англ. Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions  многоцелевые расширения интернет почты)  стандарт, описывающий передачу различных типов данных по электронной почте, а также, шире, спецификация для кодирования… …   Википедия

  • Mime Jr. — Mime Jr. Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Mime Jr. Pokédex Nacional Bonsly Mime Jr. (#439) Happiny Pokédex Sinnoh Sudowoodo Mime Jr. (#094) Mr. Mime N. japonés Manene …   Wikipedia Español

  • Mime — Mime, n. [L. mimus, Gr. ?, akin to ? to imitate, to mimic: cf. F. mime. Cf. {Mimosa}.] 1. A kind of drama in which real persons and events were generally represented in a ridiculous manner; an ancient Greek or Roman form of farce. [1913 Webster… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Mime — puede hacer referencia a: Mime, un herrero de la mitología nórdica y uno de los personajes de El anillo del nibelungo de Richard Wagner. Mime de Benetnasch, Dios Guerrero de Asgard de la serie Los Caballeros del Zodiaco, inspirado por el anterior …   Wikipedia Español

  • mime — ► NOUN 1) the expression of action, character, or emotion by gesture alone, especially as a form of theatrical performance. 2) (in ancient Greece and Rome) a simple farcical drama including mimicry. 3) a performer of mime. ► VERB 1) use mime to… …   English terms dictionary

  • mime — [mīm] n. [L mimus < Gr mimos, imitator, actor] 1. an ancient Greek or Roman farce, in which people and events were mimicked and burlesqued 2. the representation of an action, character, mood, etc. by means of gestures and actions rather than… …   English World dictionary

  • Mime — Mime, v. i. To mimic. [Obs.] {Mim er}, n. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • mimé — mimé, ée (mi mé, mée) part. passé de mimer. Représenté par des gestes. Un discours mimé …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré


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