simulated

adjective
sim·u·lat·ed | \ ˈsim-yə-ˌlā-təd \

Definition of simulated 

: made to look genuine : fake simulated pearls

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Examples of simulated in a Sentence

They are trained in simulated combat. Dummies are used in simulated car crashes.

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Their best reliever, the left-hander Andrew Miller, has been out since late May with inflammation in his right knee and will head to Class AA Akron on Saturday to throw a simulated game. New York Times, "Yankees, With No Lead to Protect Against the Indians, Get to Rest Aroldis Chapman," 13 July 2018 Darvish, who pitched a simulated game last week in Chicago, was set to rejoin the Cubs in Los Angeles on Tuesday. John Fineran, The Seattle Times, "Cubs’ Darvish feels soreness in triceps after rehab start," 26 June 2018 Liriano threw 60 pitches in a simulated game on Tuesday at Comerica Park. Detroit Free Press, "Detroit Tigers Francisco Liriano struggles in rehab start for Toledo," 17 June 2018 An animation of a flight from Earth's orbit into the IceCube detector in Antarctica, including a simulated neutrino event. Amina Khan, latimes.com, "After years of searching, scientists finally trace high-energy neutrinos to a distant blazar," 12 July 2018 On Monday, Musk shared photos and videos of the rescue pod on Twitter, including footage of engineers testing the device in a pool in Los Angeles and maneuvering the metallic pod through a simulated narrow passageway underwater. Denise Chow /, NBC News, "Elon Musk's rescue sub is on its way to Thailand," 9 July 2018 Recently armies have begun to take part in the exercise, including amphibious landings and simulated land combat. Kyle Mizokami, Popular Mechanics, "China's Not Coming to America's Big Pacific War Games This Time," 28 June 2018 At one point, the agent sent a simulated pornographic image to Hristovski. Jordan Cutler-tietjen, sacbee, "He asked moms on Craigslist to let him have sex with their daughters. He's going to prison.," 29 June 2018 He was booted from the Black Lives Matter movement after participating in a simulated shooting exercise with the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office for local television news story. Richard Ruelas, azcentral, "Arizona Rep. Stringer talks after controversial immigration comments on 'white kids'," 27 June 2018

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First Known Use of simulated

1622, in the meaning defined above

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simulated

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of simulated

: made to look, feel, or behave like something : not real

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