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A Copycat ( one who thoughtlessly copies the work of another; one who copies the work or actions of another ... )

"A Copycat"

A copycat refers to a person copies the work or actions of another person.

Example: "Stop copying my answers. You copycat!" (rude)

A copycat does not do his own original work but instead he copies the work that others have done.

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