[verb em-yuh-leyt; adjective em-yuh-lit] /verb ˈɛm yəˌleɪt; adjective ˈɛm yə lɪt/
verb (used with object), emulated, emulating.
to try to equal or excel; imitate with effort to equal or surpass:
to emulate one’s father as a concert violinist.
to rival with some degree of success:
Some smaller cities now emulate the major capitals in their cultural offerings.
to attempt to equal or surpass, esp by imitation
to rival or compete with
to make one computer behave like (another different type of computer) so that the imitating system can operate on the same data and execute the same programs as the imitated system
1580s, from Latin aemulator, agent noun from aemulari (see emulation). Computer sense attested by 1965.
1580s, back-formation from emulation, or else from Latin aemulatus, past participle of aemulari “to rival.” Related: Emulated; emulating.
Hardware or software that performs emulation.
- Emulator program
networking (EP) IBM software that emulates a 2701/2/3 hard-wired IBM 360 communications controller and resides in a 370x/372x/374x comms controller. See also Partitioned Emulation Program (PEP). (1999-01-29)
1570s (adj.), 1610s (n.), from Latin emulgentem (nominative emulgens), present participle of emulgere “to milk out, drain out” (see emulsion). emulgent e·mul·gent (ĭ-mŭl’jənt) adj. Of or being a straining, extracting, or purifying process.
1. (in prescriptions) an emulsion.
[ih-muhl-suh-fahy] /ɪˈmʌl səˌfaɪ/ verb (used with or without object), emulsified, emulsifying. 1. to make into or form an . /ɪˈmʌlsɪˌfaɪ/ verb -fies, -fying, -fied 1. to make or form into an emulsion v. 1853, from Latin emulsus, past participle of emulgere “to milk out” (see emulsion) + -fy. Related: emulsified. emulsify e·mul·si·fy (ĭ-mŭl’sə-fī’) v. e·mul·si·fied, […]