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  • n. Plural form of simulator.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • .... and I think I also read somewhere (I think it was on F&S and another site) that the British Army was considering stopping use of live ammo for training, since the quality of simulators is so good.

    Scouts Ban Knives in Great Britain

  • But patient instructors and long hours in simulators, combined with a kind of desperation to succeed, eventually earned him a chance to fly the Air Force’s hottest jets.

    The Last Ace

  • LE BOURGET, France -- Calling for fundamental changes in aviator training, a group of international experts has recommended that new airline pilots practice certain emergency maneuvers while flying small planes rather than sitting in simulators, which is the current practice.

    Major Changes Building in Commercial-Pilot Training

  • However, most UAV operator training is done using simulators, which is easier to do with UAVs (because the operators normally operate their aircraft via two or more flat screen computer displays.)

  • The fortune Anshe Chung commands in Second Life includes virtual real estate that is equivalent to 36 square kilometers of land – this property is supported by 550 servers or land "simulators".

    Archive 2006-12-01

  • The training centre has the latest teaching tools, such as simulators for operating systems, and smart boards to explain the technology.

    WebWire | Recent Headlines

  • Several studies illustrate the benefits of using advanced development tools such as simulators, Model-Driven Development (MDD) tools, and other electronic design automation tools.

    Embedded Computing Design

  • SINGAPORE: Nanyang Polytechnic's (NYP) School of Health Sciences has brought in baby and child "simulators" to equip nursing students with the necessary clinical skills.

    Channel NewsAsia Front Page News

  • The Race Village, featuring attractions such as simulators and a 360 degree screen, will be held at the One° 15 Marina Club at Sentosa Cove, where the boats will dock during their three-week stopover.


  • "simulators", which is a rather demure way of saying "real racing car with three surround screens and a freakin 'hydraulic movement platform".



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