a model, often full-size, for study, testing, or teaching:
a mock-up of an experimental aircraft.
a working full-scale model of a machine, apparatus, etc, for testing, research, etc
a layout of printed matter
(transitive, adverb) to build or make a mock-up of
also mock-up, “model, simulation” 1919, perhaps World War I, from mock (v.) + up (adv.). The verbal phrase mock up is attested from 1911.
: blend computer-generated imagery and full-size mock-up dinos seamlessly
A model; a simulation, often full-sized: They made a mock-up of the wing to study the lift (1920+)
noun a small woodworking knife with a curved end; also called drawknife , crooked knife Word Origin Cree ‘crooked knife’
[Spanish mawk-te-soo-mah] /Spanish ˌmɔk tɛˈsu mɑ/ noun 1. .
noun a fact-based film that mocks its subject; a tongue-in-cheek documentary
noun a shoe with a toe resembling a mocassin or that is hand-sewn; also written moc toe Word Origin moc(assin) + toe