Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • To emulate.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • transitive verb obsolete To emulate.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • verb obsolete To emulate.

Etymologies

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

French émuler. See emulate.

Examples

  • Again, I am not referring to the first "emule" skins.

    Fashion World of SL

  • Again, I am not referring to the first "emule" skins.

    Fashion World of SL

  • Although emule can be slow at times, the more users that come and share the faster it will be for everyone.

    Turmoil in the world of p2p

  • September 29th, 2005 at 7: 30 pm or you could just download a full free version with no spyware on emule.

    ‘Free’ DivX Create Bundle

  • I am in desperate need of music and emule on the laptop hates me.

    jaxraven Diary Entry

  • Although emule can be slow at times, the more users that come and share the faster it will be for everyone.

    Of ‘dumbed down apps’

  • Well, if you'll start to share some of them on emule,I will be VERY HAPPY because there is not very much italian stuff around, till now...

    BIANCANEVE, Pt. 3

  • In the past, I have noticed your works on emule but I believed they were simply a scansion from finnish published comics.

    BIANCANEVE, Pt. 3

  • Well, the idea could be: I will pay postal expenses and give fumetti for free to who promise to send back to me scansions or to share scansions on internet ...web-site? emule?

    BIANCANEVE, Pt. 3

  • September 29th, 2005 at 7:30 pm or you could just download a full free version with no spyware on emule.

    ‘Free’ DivX Create Bundle

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  • (verb) - (1) To strive; to excel; to rival; to equal; related to emulate. --William Toone's Etymological Dictionary of Obsolete Words, 1832 (2) Adapted from Latin æmul-a, to emulate. --Sir James Murray's New English Dictionary, 1897

    January 27, 2018