English words and Examples of Usage

use "simulate" in a sentence

The Utah training site isn't the only place to simulate Mars missions.

"It's hard to simulate thousands of people using this tool all at once.

She alleges that she saw other freshman players forced to simulate sex acts.

“I’m trying to simulate the kind of conversation that two lovers might have."

He went on, “We are being asphyxiated for trying to simulate what you did, right?”

In the test, a cartridge heater was used to simulate a single battery overheating.

At the bottom of the device, there's a hot plate to simulate the hot rock deep underground.

Wind tunnels simulate the conditions a vehicle will encounter when it moves through the air.

François Duc de La Rochefoucauld once suggested that there is no disguise which can hide love for long where it exists, or simulate it where it does not.

The DVD also acts as a timer to simulate the "real time" flow of the game.

A one dimensional model might simulate the effects of water hammer in a pipe.

DGVMs commonly simulate a variety of plant and soil physiological processes.

PICoPLC also supports P8X32 with create-simulate-run feature.

Many robot simulators feature physics engines to simulate a robot's dynamics.

A removable seat cover was also fitted in order to simulate a cafe-racer look.

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