noun \ˈmäk-ˌəp, ˈmk-\

: a full-sized model of something (such as a boat or a car) that is used for studying, testing, or showing its features

Full Definition of MOCK-UP

:  a full-sized structural model built to scale chiefly for study, testing, or display
:  a working sample (as of a magazine) for reviewing format, layout, or content

First Known Use of MOCK-UP



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