Significado de Zelig-like en en Inglés

Zelig-like

Pronunciación /ˈzɛlɪɡlʌɪk/

adjetivo

  • Designating a person who is able to change his or her appearance, behaviour, attitudes, etc., so as to be appropriate in any circumstance, or who is unexpectedly associated with important or famous people; characteristic of such a person.

Origen

1980s; earliest use found in The Texas Monthly. From the name of Leonard Zelig, the eponymous character in the 1983 film by ‘Woody Allen’ + -like.