- 1.1 (reproduce) simular a simulated attack un simulacro de ataqueMore example sentences1.2 (feign) [indignation/enthusiasm] simular, aparentar, fingir*
More example sentences1.3
- But the dead giveaway on almost any of these fraudulent emails is not the painstakingly simulated appearance or the sophisticated coding, but the grammar!
- He explains that the video was supposed to go through a film filter, simulating the appearance of film.
- Under the opulent chandelier of the Continental Hotel, well-heeled characters try to simulate bourgeois normality in a world of chaotic street battles and high-level skulduggery.
(simulated past p)simulado simulated fur piel (f) sintética simulated pearls perlas (fpl) artificiales
- The message seems to be that it's inhuman to torture a nonhuman who simulates human emotion convincingly enough.
- At best, they claim, clever programming might allow it to simulate human emotions, but these would just be clever fakes.
- Here's how it goes: in live theatre, you're in the same physical space as people who are simulating fury or misery or excitement or love.
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Each of the 55 different administrative areas into which Spain is divided is called a provincia. Each provincia includes a main city or town, sometimes more, depending on its social and economic power. The provincial capital usually has the same name as the province.