Definition of 'emulate'
Example sentences containing 'emulate'
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As much as it choked me, I needed to emulate at least some of his attitudes, even as I refused his harsh techniques. THE GOLDEN FOOL: BOOK TWO OF THE TAWNY MAN (2002)But Margaret, thought Laura, could never emulate her light-hearted sister-in-law. THE IMAGE OF LAURA (2002)`If I could, I would emulate you," Johannes replied with an earnestness which made Bettina wonder. DREAMS OF INNOCENCE (2002)
I hope that you will understand my position and not expect me to emulate Mr. Lehman's teaching style. THE TEACHER (2002)
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Translations for 'emulate'
British English: emulate VERB
If you emulate something or someone, you imitate them because you admire them a great deal.
Sons are traditionally expected to emulate their fathers.
Definition of emulate from the Collins English Dictionary
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