echopathy e·chop·a·thy (ě-kŏp’ə-thē)
A mental disorder in which the words or actions of another are imitated and repeated. Also called echomimia.
echophrasia ech·o·phra·si·a (ěk’ō-frā’zē-ə, -zhə) n. See echolalia.
- Echo plate
noun 1. (in sound recording or broadcasting) an electromechanical device for producing echo and reverberation effects
[ek-oh-prak-see-uh] /ˌɛk oʊˈpræk si ə/ noun, Psychiatry. 1. the abnormal repetition of the actions of another person. /ˌɛkəʊˈpræksɪə/ noun 1. the involuntary imitation of the actions of others n. 1904, from Greek ekho (see echo (n.)) + praxis “action” (see praxis). echopraxia ech·o·prax·i·a (ěk’ō-prāk’sē-ə) n. The involuntary imitation of movements made by another. Also called […]
noun, Grammar. 1. a question uttered by a listener that in effect repeats a speaker’s sentence, replacing an unclear or doubted portion of the sentence with a stressed interrogative word, as You said WHAT to John? or He WHAT?