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Positive ConnotationPlay
When you emulate, it suggests admiration and positive intent to match someone's achievements or qualities. SlideHe emulated his teacher's calm manner and became more respected by classmates.
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Personal ImprovementPlay
Emulate is often used when trying to improve oneself by following another's example. SlideShe emulated her mentor's study habits and saw an improvement in her grades.
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Not Exact CopyingPlay
Emulating someone doesn't mean copying them exactly, but rather trying to achieve similar success or behavior. SlideHe didn't just copy his brother's business; he emulated his strategic thinking.