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Definition of simulated adjective from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary

  

simulated

 adjective
adjective
NAmE//ˈsɪmyəˌleɪt̮əd//
 
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not real, but made to look, feel, etc. like the real thing simulated leather “How wonderful!” she said with simulated enthusiasm. The experiments were carried out under simulated examination conditions.
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