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Meanings of Simulation:

noun

Imitation of a situation or process.

Usage examples:

Simulation of blood flowing through arteries and veins

Simulations

ˌsɪm.jəˈleɪ.ʃən

Meanings of Simulations:

noun

Imitation of a situation or process.

Usage examples:

Simulation of blood flowing through arteries and veins

Simulator

ˈsɪm.jə.leɪ.tər

Meanings of Simulator:

noun

A machine designed to provide a realistic imitation of the controls and operation of a vehicle, aircraft, or other complex system, used for training purposes.

Usage examples:

A driving simulator

Simulators

ˈsɪmjʊleɪtə

Meanings of Simulators:

noun

A machine designed to provide a realistic imitation of the controls and operation of a vehicle, aircraft, or other complex system, used for training purposes.

Usage examples:

A driving simulator

Simulcast

ˈsɪm.əl.kɑːst

Meanings of Simulcast:

noun

A simultaneous transmission of the same programme on radio and television, or on two or more channels.

Usage examples:

A radio1/bbc2 simulcast
verb

Broadcast (a simulcast transmission).

Usage examples:

It will be simulcast live to 201 countries

Simulcasting

ˈsɪm(ə)lkɑːst

Meanings of Simulcasting:

verb

Broadcast (a simulcast transmission).

Usage examples:

It will be simulcast live to 201 countries
noun

A simultaneous transmission of the same programme on radio and television, or on two or more channels.

Usage examples:

A radio1/bbc2 simulcast

Meanings of Simulcasts:

noun

A simultaneous transmission of the same programme on radio and television, or on two or more channels.

Usage examples:

A radio1/bbc2 simulcast
verb

Broadcast (a simulcast transmission).

Usage examples:

It will be simulcast live to 201 countries

Simultaneity

ˌsɪm.əlˈteɪ.ni.əs.nəs

Meanings of Simultaneity:

noun

The quality or fact of happening or being done at exactly the same time

Usage examples:

The film tries to convey simultaneousness in the way it braids together several narrative strands t…

Simultaneously

ˌsɪm.əlˈteɪ.ni.əs.li

Meanings of Simultaneously:

adverb

At the same time.

Usage examples:

The telethon was broadcast simultaneously on 31 us networks

Simultaneousness

ˌsɪm.əlˈteɪ.ni.əs.nəs

Meanings of Simultaneousness:

noun

The quality or fact of happening or being done at exactly the same time

Usage examples:

The film tries to convey simultaneousness in the way it braids together several narrative strands t…

Simurg

sɪˈməːɡ

Meanings of Simurg:

noun

(in persian mythology) a large mythical bird of great age, believed to have the power of reasoning and speech.

Usage examples:

According to writers such as kazvini in his book of strange creatures and ferideddin-i attar in his…

Sin

sɪn

Meanings of Sin:

noun

An immoral act considered to be a transgression against divine law.

Usage examples:

A sin in the eyes of god
verb

Commit a sin.

Usage examples:

I sinned and brought shame down on us
abbreviation

Sine.

Meanings of Sinaean:

adjective

Chinese. also occasionally with wider reference to east asian peoples.

Meanings of Sinaitic:

adjective

Relating to mount sinai or the sinai peninsula.

Usage examples:

Here exodus imagery is used to the exclusion of sinaitic imagery.

Meanings of Sinaloa:

proper noun

A state on the pacific coast of mexico; capital, culiacán rosales.

Sinanthropus

sɪˈnanθrəpəs

Meanings of Sinanthropus:

noun

A former genus name applied to some fossil hominids found in china in 1926.

Usage examples:

Why, he is the most irresponsible simian since sinanthropus!

Since

sɪns

Meanings of Since:

preposition

In the intervening period between (the time mentioned) and the time under consideration, typically the present.

Usage examples:

She hasn't spoken to him since last year
conjunction

From a time in the past until the time under consideration, typically the present.

Usage examples:

I've felt better since i've been here
adverb

Between then and now.

Usage examples:

She ran away on friday and we haven't seen her since

Sincere

sɪnˈsɪər

Meanings of Sincere:

adjective

Free from pretence or deceit; proceeding from genuine feelings.

Usage examples:

They offer their sincere thanks to paul

Sincerely

sɪnˈsɪə.li

Meanings of Sincerely:

adverb

In a sincere or genuine way.

Usage examples:

A sincerely held belief

Sincerer

sɪnˈsɪə

Meanings of Sincerer:

adjective

Free from pretence or deceit; proceeding from genuine feelings.

Usage examples:

They offer their sincere thanks to paul

Sincerest

sɪnˈsɪə

Meanings of Sincerest:

adjective

Free from pretence or deceit; proceeding from genuine feelings.

Usage examples:

They offer their sincere thanks to paul

Sincerity

sɪnˈsɛrəti

Meanings of Sincerity:

noun

The absence of pretence, deceit, or hypocrisy.

Usage examples:

The sincerity of his beliefs is unquestionable

Sinciput

ˈsɪnsɪpʌt

Meanings of Sinciput:

noun

The front of the skull from the forehead to the crown.

Usage examples:

The bregma, forehead, nose, mouth, and chin are born in succession as the sinciput sweeps along the…

Sinciputs

ˈsɪnsɪpʌt

Meanings of Sinciputs:

noun

The front of the skull from the forehead to the crown.

Usage examples:

The bregma, forehead, nose, mouth, and chin are born in succession as the sinciput sweeps along the…

Sindhi

ˈsɪn.di

Meanings of Sindhi:

noun

A native or inhabitant of the province of sindh in pakistan.

Usage examples:

The discussion on minorities in pakistan has drifted aimlessly into defining baluchis, sindhis and …
adjective

Relating to the province of sindh or its people, or the sindhi language.

Usage examples:

She recalled the terror felt even in remote villages and the anguish of having to suppress her sind…

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