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Virtual Wikipedia.
Virtual particle, a type of short-lived particle of indeterminate mass. Virtual horse, a thoroughbred racehorse. Virtual philosophy, a term used by Henri Bergson, Gilles Deleuze and Manuel DeLanda to denote potentiality as being equally real to actuality, but in a different manner. Virtualization, a computing technique to create representations of computer resources. Virtual aperture, a res nulius image as the objective elements produced by the eyepiece, subjectively nothing in the presence of light rays emitting pass it.
VIRTUAL meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary.
Visit our website for a virtual tour of the museum. It's' one of several interconnected virtual worlds that players explore in the new computer game. Virtual learning doesn't' replace traditional educational tools. The Planetarium will be offering a virtual tour of the international space station.
Virtual Definition of Virtual by Merriam-Webster.
1: being such in essence or effect though not formally recognized or admitted a virtual dictator. 2: being on or simulated on a computer or computer network print or virtual books a virtual keyboard: such as. a: occurring or existing primarily online virtual shopping.
virtual - Dictionary Definition: Vocabulary.com.
She" enjoyed playing the virtual role-playing game with her online friends" Virtual can also be used to mean almost" - as in, The" blizzard brought the city to a virtual standstill, with subway and bus passengers stranded on the sidewalks."
virtual Wiktionary.
In recent months, hospitals around the country, looking for ways to free up beds for coronavirus patients, began expanding their virtual offerings, launching video doctors visits and virtual therapy sessions, and rolling out programs to remotely monitor vulnerable patients, like those in nursing homes.
virtual C Reference Microsoft Docs.
public virtual string Name get; set; // ordinary virtual property with backing field private int num; public virtual int Number get return num; set num value; class MyDerivedClass: MyBaseClass private string name; // Override auto-implemented property with ordinary property // to provide specialized accessor behavior.

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