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emulate

To imitate the operation of another device or platform. It enables another digital standard to be processed by equipment that normally deals with its own native format or protocol. See emulator.
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Soon others will be emulating our interim cricket model."
We remain bullish on the prospects for MongoDB to sustain high growth based on a large $63B TAM that can support multiple players, differentiated functionality in MongoDB version 4.0 versus Amazon DocumentDB emulating version 3.6, and proprietary data analysis that validates robust MongoDB growth on Microsoft's (MSFT) Azure and Google (GOOGL; GOOG) Cloud suggests customers increasingly desire multi-cloud functionality.
Fans are emulating England boss Gareth Southgate's waistcoat appearance
Washington: The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has funded the World Bank to take new approach to other countries as it is worth emulating, Microsoft founder Bill Gates has said.
For those wondering why a PC might have trouble emulating console games even though a PC is definitely more powerful, it all comes down to the architecture.
He described St Valentine as a philanthropist and a symbol of love worth emulating.
Bioinspired Devices: Emulating Nature's Assembly and Repair Process
What Nekotekina did, however, is still a proof of concept on how far he and his team of developers have made it to emulating the PS3 game on PC.
In terms of emulating a load for stability purposes, the phase plays an important role, and thus, understanding potential phase error is important.
If you are too proud, you are not emulating the Child Jesus, Tagle said in his Mass Friday during the arrival of the Sto.
M2 PHARMA-May 12, 2014-US, S Korean researchers develop biochip emulating human liver metabolism