a fool; simpleton.
(US, slang) short for simpleton
Early simulation language with fixed time steps. “Simpac User’s Manual”, R.P. Bennett et al, TM-602/000/000, Sys Devel Corp, Apr 1962.
Event scheduling language, implemented as Pascal preprocessor. “SIMPAS – A Simulation Language Based on Pascal”, R.M. Bryant in Proc 1980 Winter Sim Conf, T.I Oren et al eds, pp.559-572.
adjective 1. congenial or like-minded; likable: I find our new neighbor simpatico in every respect. adjective (informal) 1. pleasant or congenial 2. of similar mind or temperament; compatible simon-pure
verb (used without object) 1. to smile in a silly, self-conscious way. verb (used with object) 2. to say with a simper. noun 3. a silly, self-conscious smile. verb 1. (intransitive) to smile coyly, affectedly, or in a silly self-conscious way 2. (transitive) to utter (something) in a simpering manner noun 3. a simpering smile; […]