to imitate, to copy (copying a person)
Opposite (closest): vormachen
to make more (Not very common, but sometimes used in the context of food or other things you "produce".)
"nach" can mean "to" and "after". Today, we'll explore the common core of this, and explore the various uses of "nach", both alone and as a prefix.
nach, nachmachen, nachlaufen, nachlassen, nachgehen, nach