Definition of emulator in English:

emulator

noun

See emulate

  • ‘Along the way, Purdy drew emulators and admirers from several generations of writers.’
  • ‘What took their place was not the masterwork of Mies Van der Rohe, but the ‘banal commercial buildings’ of lesser emulators and admirers.’
  • ‘However, nostalgic programmers have written emulators, programs that run on your PC that make the PC emulate the hardware of those 20 year old arcade machines.’
  • ‘We found and downloaded (they are remarkably small) software emulators for about a dozen game ROMs.’

Pronunciation

emulator

/ˈɛmjʊleɪtə/