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simulated

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Pronunciation: /ˈsɪmjʊleɪtɪd
 
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Definition of simulated in English:

adjective

1Manufactured in imitation of some other material: a simulated leather handbag
More example sentences
  • Analyzing the deviation of the structure from the initial crystal structure can assess the stability of the simulated protein.
  • Specifically, FDA said the bioburden on simulated product did not represent that on the manufactured product.
  • Most of all he liked textured soy protein breakfast patties, which gave to his palate a fine tang of faintly scented simulated maple flavouring.
1.1(Of an emotion) pretended or feigned: she howled in simulated anguish
1.2Imitating the conditions of something, especially as a training exercise: a simulated terrorist attack
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  • Delegates work in small groups on a process simulated on a PC.
  • Now all the human working functions have been simulated in machines.
  • A virtual reality game is a computer game especially designed to completely immerse the user in a simulated environment.

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