Definition of simulated
: made to look genuine : fake simulated pearls
Examples of simulated in a Sentence
They are trained in simulated combat.
Dummies are used in simulated car crashes.
Recent Examples of simulated from the Web
Invasive testing provides details vital to the computer modeling and scientifically simulated plutonium behavior that has replaced nuclear testing, said DOE consultant David Overskei.
AMD’s first demo was a simulated workflow in a design firm.
As NASA reports, the researchers inserted simulated planets into the data as well as false signals to test the accuracy of their analysis.
With the continuously variable automatic, the Crosstrek now adds hill descent control along with X-Mode, Subaru’s tricky-spot helper that regulates torque, the CVT’s seven simulated gear ratios, and individual-wheel braking.
Green said Cahill is moving toward a simulated game or a rehab outing.
X-Golf will feature advanced golf technology with simulated courses of Pebble Beach, Bay Hill and others from around the world.
When he is assigned a mission, Rubio will spend two years of mission-specific intensive training, which includes learning Russian (one of the two official languages of the International Space Station) and performing simulated space walks.
The Bionic Woman often went on serious missions with the Six Million Dollar Man — operated by my brother — usually involving Tonka Trucks and simulated explosions in our basement.
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Definition of simulated for English Language Learners
: made to look, feel, or behave like something : not real
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