unsimulated


unsimulated

verb (used with object), sim·u·lat·ed, sim·u·lat·ing.

  1. to create a simulation, likeness, or model of (a situation, system, or the like): to simulate crisis conditions.
  2. to make a pretense of; feign: to simulate knowledge.
  3. to assume or have the appearance or characteristics of: He simulated the manners of the rich.

adjective

  1. Archaic. simulated.

verb (ˈsɪmjʊˌleɪt) (tr)

  1. to make a pretence of; feignto simulate anxiety
  2. to reproduce the conditions of (a situation, etc), as in carrying out an experimentto simulate weightlessness
  3. to assume or have the appearance of; imitate

adjective (ˈsɪmjʊlɪt, -ˌleɪt)

  1. archaic assumed or simulated

v.1620s, “feign, pretend, assume falsely” (implied in simulated), back-formation from simulation or else from Latin simulatus, past participle of simulare “to make like, imitate, copy.” Meaning “to use a model to imitate certain conditions for purposes of study or training” is from 1947. Related: Simulating.

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