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Spanish translation of “simulate”

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)
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