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Translation of "simulate" - English-Spanish dictionary

simulate

verb /ˈsimjuleit/
to cause (something) to appear to be real etc simular This machine simulates the take-off and landing of an aircraft.
simulated adjective
artificial; having the appearance of artificial, simulado simulated leather a simulated accident.
simulation noun
(an act of) simulating. simulación, simulacro
something made to resemble something else imitación a computer simulation of aircraft flight.
simulator noun
a machine that is used for training people by artificially creating the conditions they will have to operate a plane, train etc in Simulador A flight simulator is used to train the pilots.
(Definition of simulate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “simulate”
in Vietnamese giả vờ…
in Malaysian selaku…
in Thai เลียนแบบ…
in French simuler…
in German simulieren…
in Chinese (Simplified) 模拟,模仿, 假装,伪装…
in Turkish benzetmek, taklidini yapmak, yalandan yapmak…
in Russian моделировать, воспроизводить…
in Indonesian menirukan…
in Chinese (Traditional) 類比,模仿, 假裝,僞裝…
in Polish symulować…
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