[ mee-too-iz-uh m ]
/ ˈmiˈtu ɪz əm /
the adopting of policies, methods, products, etc., similar or identical to those of a peer, rival, or competitor.
the practice of making a product, offering a service, etc., that attempts to duplicate one that is established.
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Origin of me-tooism
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/ (ˌmiːˈtuːizəm) /
the practice of imitating other people's work or ideas
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