Definition of 'mirror'
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This mindset helps us face the bathroom mirror and an uncertain future. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Stand in front of a mirror wearing the shoes you plan to wear with them. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Our national attitude to elderly care perfectly mirrors our personal attitude to ageing. Times, Sunday Times (2016)But the mum was hit by the wing mirror of a van and died of head injuries. The Sun (2016)This opens on to a bright restaurant with gilded mirrors and ceiling lights with fittings shaped like oak leaves. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We look in the mirror, do a lot of talking. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Otherwise, you will become mirror images and the relationship will get boring. The Sun (2016)In art, women looking into mirrors have always represented vanity. Times, Sunday Times (2017)It is what drama is all about: a highly polished mirror reflecting the realities of a messy, urban world. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Our favourite feature is the mirrored ceilings above the large and bouncy double beds. Times, Sunday Times (2007)What was all this about rear view mirror at traffic lights? Times, Sunday Times (2007)They are cheaper than framed mirrors and are sold at glazing shops. The Sun (2016)Teach your daughter how to look in the mirror and see the good. Times, Sunday Times (2015)They were both reflected in its mirror. BomberThe wardrobes are made entirely of clear and mirrored glass. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The white soles of her feet were reflected in the mirror behind her. Modern Literatures of the Non-Western World: Where the Waters Are Born (1995)These two narratives are mirror images of each other. The Times Literary Supplement (2012)You need to stand in front of the mirror and tell yourself you look great. The Sun (2012)Here their bodies almost perfectly mirror each other. The Sun (2014)The wing mirrors and wheels can also be personalised. The Sun (2012)Another slick detail is the mirror ceiling to the master bedroom shower. Times, Sunday Times (2007)She looks in the mirror now and sees a completely different face. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The room for the media conference was searched by sniffer dogs and security officers with metal detectors and mirrors. The Sun (2006)Do you really still get dressed in your bedroom and check your look in a mirror stuck inside the wardrobe door? Times, Sunday Times (2014)Those decorative lights around your mirrors. Times, Sunday Times (2016)When he looks in the mirror he doesn't recognise himself either. Times, Sunday Times (2014)They provide instant cosiness: hang around a mirror or picture frame. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It has acres of silver and dark mirrored surfaces, contemporary colours, cool lights and cabins with balconies. The Sun (2015)
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Translations for 'mirror'
British English: mirror /ˈmɪrə/ NOUN
A mirror is an object made of glass in which you can see your reflection.
He looked at himself in the mirror.
- American English: mirror
- Arabic: مِرْآةٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: espelho
- Chinese: 镜子
- Croatian: zrcalo
- Czech: zrcadlo
- Danish: spejl
- Dutch: spiegel
- European Spanish: espejo
- Finnish: peili
- French: miroir
- German: Spiegel
- Greek: καθρέφτης
- Italian: specchio
- Japanese: 鏡
- Korean: 거울
- Norwegian: speil
- Polish: lustro
- European Portuguese: espelho
- Romanian: oglindă
- Russian: зеркало
- Spanish: espejo
- Swedish: spegel
- Thai: กระจก
- Turkish: ayna
- Ukrainian: дзеркало
- Vietnamese: gương
British English: mirror VERB
If something mirrors something else, it has similar features to it, and therefore seems like a copy or representation of it.
The book inevitably mirrors my own interests and experiences.
Definition of mirror from the Collins English Dictionary
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