mirror

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈmɪrər/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/ˈmɪrɚ/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(mirər)


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mirror

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. a [long, round, square, large, hand, small] mirror
  2. a [bathroom, hall, bedroom, full-length, two-way] mirror
  3. your side mirrors
  4. in the [rear, side] -view mirror
  5. a [broken, shattered, cracked] mirror
  6. [look, stare, gaze] at the mirror
  7. [look] at yourself in the mirror
  8. [look] into the mirror
  9. use a mirror to [shave, put make-up on, comb your hair, pop a zit]
  10. check your [hair, jeans, clothes, looks] in the mirror
  11. check your [hair] in front of the mirror
  12. dropped and broke the mirror
  13. is the mirror of her [mother, grandmother]
  14. the [music, painting, novel] was a mirror of the time
  15. holds a mirror (up) to [society, our own feelings]
  16. a mirror on the [wall, shelf, dressing table]
  17. a [cabinet, closet, table] with a mirror
n as adj
  1. the [left side] is a mirror image of the [right]
  2. is the mirror (image) of her [mother]
  3. [displayed, printed] in mirror image
  4. a mirror lens
  5. computing: [copy, store, host] on a mirror site
v
  1. mirror his [actions, style, process, technique]
  2. was mirroring me
  3. mirrored by [my sister, an apprentice, a child]
  4. mirrors the [numbers, data, statistics] for
  5. [numbers, figures] mirror those
  6. mirrored the [national, previous, predicted] numbers
  7. mirroring the [increase, rate, trend] (of)
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