What does emulate mean?: -to imitate something
Sentence Examples: –
- if you want to become a very good musician, you would need to emulate the teachings as well as the learning aspects from the great musicians of the past.
- When you aspire to become a wonderful cook, then you need to emulate the teachings of Gordon Ramsay or the other cooks that most of the world looks upon.
- In order for you to become a wonderful entrepreneur, you need to always emulate the good things of a successful entrepreneur, and get rid of all the bad things in your life.
- If you think about strong work ethics, then emulate a personality that has been successful in straightening his or her life.
- Always try and emulate successful people so that you will be able to pick up on all the positive aspects and get rid of the negative things in your life.
- Do not emulate a person blindly, but instead always try and understand the positive things in the person and include them in your life.