not authentic or real, but without the intention to deceive:a mock-Georgian red brick house Jim threw up his hands in mock horror (of an examination, battle, etc.) arranged for training or practice:mock GCSEs
) British informal mock examinations:obtaining Grade A in mocks
2 dated an object of derision:he has become the mock of all his contemporaries 1tease or laugh at in a scornful or contemptuous manner:opposition MPs mocked the government’s decision make (something) seem laughably unreal or impossible:at Christmas, arguments and friction mock our pretence at peace mimic (someone or something) scornfully or contemptuously: he ought to find out who used his name, mocked his voice, and aped a few of his guitar lines
(mock something up
) make a replica or imitation of something.