Meaning of EMULATE in English

EMULATE

verb

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ NOUN

hope

Then there is the hope of emulating the Engler story.

George was unafraid to be republican in his views and Hope sought to emulate him.

story

Then there is the hope of emulating the Engler story .

Why they haven't emulated the success story of the good but overrated Ride remains a mystery.

success

Why they haven't emulated the success story of the good but overrated Ride remains a mystery.

He proposed opening a second restaurant in the park to emulate the success of the Beach Chalet.

Without both elements, evolutionary computing will struggle to have sufficient power to emulate the success of biology.

■ VERB

seek

Others are seeking to emulate this service.

try

Observe what nature does and try to emulate it.

I grew up trying to emulate that.

It would be naive and vain to try to emulate Pope John, who was unique and unrepeatable.

When he took office in 1993, this was the model Clinton seemed to be trying to emulate .

He then tries to emulate this so-called late-hit position.

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

Davis was encouraged to emulate the style of trumpet player Bobby Hackett.

Developing countries often try to emulate experiences of developed countries, but this is not always a good idea.

Procomm can connect with and emulate virtually any computer terminal.

There is much in Cheng's work that we can admire and emulate .

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

Denis hung back, unsure whether he dared emulate his superior.

He then tries to emulate this so-called late-hit position.

Inventors like Edison, Westinghouse, and Bell were popular heroes, to be emulated by younger men.

The narrator's wish to emulate that even-heartedness was Sebastian's own.

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