When you emulate someone, you imitate them, especially with the idea of matching their success.
- Pronunciation: /'ɛmjulet/
- English description: strive to equal or match, especially by imitating
- Synonyms: imitate
- Chinese Translation: 仿真(fang3 zhen1)
- Spanish Translation: emular
- ORIGIN: When someone is impressive because of their great skills, brains, strength, or accomplishments, other will emulate. To emulate is to imitate and model yourself after someone. People emulate role models — people they want to be like. After Michael Jordan retired from the NBA, player after player tried to emulate Jordan's game and success. It's hard to be as good as someone like that, but having a hero to emulate can be helpful in many areas of life.
- You want to be emulating what the starter was doing - snap count, structure.
- It’s hard to emulate, but you kind of have to envision it in your mind.
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