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Sentence count:115+2 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-10-03Updated:2016-12-13
Synonym: copyfollowimitaterivalSimilar words: stimulateregulatespeculateinsulatedcalculatearticulatemanipulatecongratulateMeaning: ['emjʊleɪt]  v. 1. strive to equal or match, especially by imitating 2. imitate the function of (another system), as by modifying the hardware or the software 3. compete with successfully; approach or reach equality with. 
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(1) They hope to emulate the success of other software companies.
(2) Sons are traditionally expected to emulate their fathers.
(3) You must work hard to emulate your brogher's success.
(4) She hopes to emulate her sister's sporting achievements.
(5) You must work hard to emulate your sister.
(6) Some smaller cities now emulate the major capitals in their cultural offerings.
(7) Fitzgerald is keen to emulate Martin's record of three successive world titles.
(8) Young had hoped to emulate the success of Douglas Wilder.
(9) I grew up trying to emulate that.
(10) He then tries to emulate this so-called late-hit position.
(11) Observe what nature does and try to emulate it.
(12) Others are seeking to emulate this service.
(13) Virtual PreVUE can emulate a system with thousands of users, PreVUE-X tests for bugs in X-Windows applications.
(14) The organisers hope the unofficial event will emulate last weekend's annual rugby sevens tournament.
(15) If they decide to emulate you this is fine[sentencedict.com], a great compliment.
(16) The narrator's wish to emulate that even-heartedness was Sebastian's own.
(17) Denis hung back, unsure whether he dared emulate his superior.
(18) It was built successfully but two attempts to emulate and balance it soon ran into difficulties.
(19) This is supposed to emulate the historical experience of already industrialised countries.
(20) We were pretty much trying to emulate a lot of the early black blues sound.
(21) The building became the model of perfection that architects sought to emulate.
(22) He and Clinton have formed such a close working partnership that Kemp, as vice president, would like to emulate Gore.
(23) Basil did not preach on such matters; he simply set high standards for teachers to emulate.
(24) They knew that Nkrumah enjoyed a popularity which none of them could emulate.
(25) Emulation within Parallel Architecture A more efficient method than computer simulations for implementing neural networks is to emulate within parallel architecture.
(26) The gun industry suggests a different model for gun owners to emulate.
(27) As a consequence, those figures became inspirational to other slaves who attempted to emulate them: the Richmond-Molyneux effect.
(28) George was unafraid to be republican in his views and Hope sought to emulate him.
(29) When he took office in 1993, this was the model Clinton seemed to be trying to emulate.
(30) She also works out on a special weight machine that lets her emulate the all-important explosive spurt.
More similar words: stimulateregulatespeculateinsulatedcalculatearticulatemanipulatecongratulateformularegulatorregulatorypopulationregulationcalculationspeculationlatelaterplatelatentlatelyrelaterelatedviolateisolateisolatedpercolatechocolatetranslatecontemplatesooner or later
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