simulate

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  • Nature and art are entirely unlike each other, though the one simulates the other. Cited from The Delicious Vice, by Young E. Allison
  • A sports game is a video game that simulates the playing of traditional sports.
  • A sports game is a video game that simulates the practice of traditional sports.
  • He went up to them, and simulating the act of John, held out his hand. Cited from The Wonder Island Boys: Conquest of the Savages,by Roger Thompson Finlay
  • Other areas of the gardens have been developed to simulate particular plant communities.
  • They can also be used to simulate low line conditions for testing.
  • Amongst other things this new engine will even "simulate the way people drive cars".
  • This game simulates what it's like to coach college football.
  • The game simulates both the business and design aspects of the fashion business.
  • Modern climate models do a good job of simulating many large-scale features of present-day climate.
  • A computer model is used which simulates the effects of aircraft noise upon building structures.
  • Consequently, special software and techniques have been developed to better simulate these specific elements.
  • This new engine is capable of simulating thousands of physical objects at once.
  • Typically, a game will only simulate a few aspects of real-world physics.
  • The player's hands and stick are shown numerous times in order to simulate motion.
  • The event is in part meant to simulate the action of bird hunting.
  • We soon discovered that each one of us had been simulating a false interest in our never-ending discussion. Cited from Indiscreet Letters From Peking, by B. L. Putman Weale
  • Games using permanent death more closely simulate real life.
  • The EV system could also simulate four channel sound from two channel sources.
  • The institute provides simulating academic environment for new technology for the benefit of the society.
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Words starting with simulate

Meaning of simulate

  • verb Make a pretence of
    She assumed indifference, even though she was seething with anger, he feigned sleep