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Real-life ConsequencesPlay
Impersonation can lead to legal issues depending on its purpose and how it affects others. SlideShe faces charges for impersonating a doctor.
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Entertainment ContextPlay
Often used in comedy and theatre, impersonating involves mimicking someone for humor. SlideHe gained fame for impersonating famous singers.
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Impersonate vs. ActPlay
"Impersonate" implies a closer imitation than "act"; it's often about copying specific people. SlideThe actor impersonated the president's mannerisms perfectly.