simulation

Recreation vs Simulation - What's the difference?

recreation | simulation |


As nouns the difference between recreation and simulation

is that recreation is recreation (process of recreating or result of this process) while simulation is simulation.

Simulation vs Resemblance - What's the difference?

simulation | resemblance |


As nouns the difference between simulation and resemblance

is that simulation is simulation while resemblance is the quality or state of resembling; likeness; similitude; similarity.

Game vs Simulation - What's the difference?

game | simulation |


As nouns the difference between game and simulation

is that game is a playful or competitive activity while simulation is simulation.

As an adjective game

is (colloquial) willing to participate.

As a verb game

is to gamble.

Simulation vs Dummy - What's the difference?

simulation | dummy |


As nouns the difference between simulation and dummy

is that simulation is simulation while dummy is a silent person; a person who does not talk.

As a verb dummy is

to make a mock-up or prototype version of something, without some or all off its intended functionality.

Stimulate vs Simulation - What's the difference?

stimulate | simulation |


As a verb stimulate

is to encourage into action.

As a noun simulation is

simulation.

Drill vs Simulation - What's the difference?

drill | simulation |


As nouns the difference between drill and simulation

is that drill is drill, exercise while simulation is simulation.

Simulation vs Prediction - What's the difference?

simulation | prediction |


As nouns the difference between simulation and prediction

is that simulation is simulation while prediction is prediction (act of predicting).

Simulation vs Stimulant - What's the difference?

simulation | stimulant |


As nouns the difference between simulation and stimulant

is that simulation is simulation while stimulant is a substance that acts to increase physiological or nervous activity in the body.

As an adjective stimulant is

acting as a.

Imitate vs Simulation - What's the difference?

imitate | simulation |


As a verb imitate

is to follow as a model or a pattern; to make a copy, counterpart or semblance of.

As a noun simulation is

simulation.

Mimicry vs Simulation - What's the difference?

mimicry | simulation |


As nouns the difference between mimicry and simulation

is that mimicry is the act or ability to simulate the appearance of someone or something else while simulation is simulation.

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