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Origin of emulation
OTHER WORDS FROM emulationnon·em·u·la·tion, nouno·ver·em·u·la·tion, noun
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Example sentences from the Web for emulation
Today, Microsoft announced in a long-winded blog post that that limitation will soon change, as emulation of 64-bit Windows applications is going into a public-testing phase soon.Windows 10 machines running on ARM will be able to emulate x64 apps soon|Samuel Axon|October 1, 2020|Ars Technica
Being praised for false emulation is nearly as bad as being pilloried for false errors.Compliments Are Nice, but Enough With the Cormac McCarthy Comparisons|William Giraldi|October 21, 2014|DAILY BEAST
What's not clear is whether Platt will profit or finally suffer from all the adoration and emulation.
Eliphaz Laki had been someone worthy of emulation: a prominent civil servant, a regional administrator known as a saza chief.
It was very much the same way I believe Obama will seek to lead—partly by instinct and partly by emulation.
Norman lives, like all school-boys, a life of emulation, and has never met with anything but success.The Daisy Chain|Charlotte Yonge
The being at school has really been a good thing for her, for she feels herself that she is the better for emulation.'Robin Redbreast|Mary Louisa Molesworth
She did not issue an order; and in emulation of her quiet manner, his instructions to his satellites were inaudible to the guests.Alone|Marion Harland
The emulation between the French and English troops at the diggings was immense, and at the same time most good-humoured.The British Expedition to the Crimea|William Howard Russell
This, as will be perceived, was skilfully designed to put him on his mettle, and rouse a useful spirit of emulation.The Talking Horse|F. Anstey