mirror

  • 1 Mirror — Mir ror, n. [OE. mirour, F. miroir, OF. also mireor, fr. (assumed) LL. miratorium, fr. mirare to look at, L. mirari to wonder. See {Marvel}, and cf. {Miracle}, {Mirador}.] [1913 Webster] 1. A looking glass or a speculum; any glass or polished… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 2 Mirror go — is a type of elementary Go opening strategy. It refers to all go openings in which one player plays moves that are diagonally opposite those of this opponent, making positions that have a rotational symmetry through 180° about the central 10 10… …

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  • 3 Mirror — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Para otros usos de este término, véase Mirrors. Mirror es un término usado en Internet para referirse a un servidor FTP, página WEB o cualquier otro recurso que es espejo de otro, es decir, tiene una copia de la… …

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  • 4 Mirror — Mir ror, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Mirrored}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Mirroring}.] 1. To reflect, as in a mirror. [1913 Webster] 2. To copy or duplicate; to mimic or imitate; as, the files at Project Gutenberg were mirrored on several other ftp sites around… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 5 Mirror — Mirror, The a British daily ↑tabloid newspaper owned by Mirror Group Newspapers. It usually supports the Labour Party …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 6 mirror — [n] glass that reflects image cheval glass, gaper, hand glass, imager, looking glass, pier glass, polished metal, reflector, seeing glass, speculum; concepts 443,470 mirror [v] copy, reflect act like, depict, double, echo, embody, emulate,… …

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  • 7 mirror — [mir′ər] n. [ME mirour < OFr mireor < VL * miratorium < mirare: see MIRAGE] 1. a smooth surface that reflects the images of objects; esp., a piece of glass coated on the reverse side as with silver or an amalgam 2. anything that gives a… …

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  • 8 mirror — index copy, impersonate, mock (imitate), reproduce Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 9 mirror — n *model, example, pattern, exemplar, ideal, standard, beau ideal …

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  • 10 mirror — ► NOUN 1) a surface, typically of glass coated with a metal amalgam, which reflects a clear image. 2) something accurately representing something else. ► VERB 1) show a reflection of. 2) correspond to. ORIGIN Old French mirour, from Latin mirare… …

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  • 11 Mirror — looking glass redirects here. For other uses, see Looking Glass (disambiguation). This article is about wave reflectors (mainly, specular reflection of visible light). For other uses, see Mirror (disambiguation). A mirror, reflecting a vase A… …

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  • 12 mirror — mirrorlike, adj. /mir euhr/, n. 1. a reflecting surface, originally of polished metal but now usually of glass with a silvery, metallic, or amalgam backing. 2. such a surface set into a frame, attached to a handle, etc., for use in viewing… …

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  • 13 Mirror TV — A Mirror TV or TV Mirror is any device that is convertible from a television to a mirror.[1][2] Mirror TVs (or TV Mirrors) are often utilized to save space or discreetly conceal unsightly electronics in living areas such as bedrooms and living… …

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  • 14 mirror — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun ADJECTIVE ▪ bathroom, bedroom ▪ compact, dresser (AmE), make up, pocket, shaving ▪ hand (BrE …

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  • 15 mirror —    by David B. Clarke   Many of Baudrillard s concepts appear in the recurrent motif of the mirror. The mirror seems to capture perfectly a world forged in the image of the reality principle: a world dedicated to the eradication of deceptive… …

    The Baudrillard dictionary

  • 16 mirror — A reflective device which is located in one of several positions: between the two A posts within the passenger compartment (called the rearview mirror); behind either/both sunvisors (vanity mirror); on either side of the outer A posts; on the… …

    Dictionary of automotive terms

  • 17 mirror — mir|ror1 W3S3 [ˈmırə US ər] n [Date: 1200 1300; : Old French; Origin: mirour, from mirer to look at , from Latin mirare] 1.) a piece of special glass that you can look at and see yourself in in a mirror ▪ She was studying her reflection in the… …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 18 mirror — I UK [ˈmɪrə(r)] / US [ˈmɪrər] noun [countable] Word forms mirror : singular mirror plural mirrors *** a) a piece of special glass in which you can see yourself or see what is behind you a bathroom mirror in the mirror: Rachel looked at herself in …

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  • 19 mirror —    According to folklore, a doorway or portal through which spirits, including ghosts and DEMONs, can gain access to the physical world. Mirrors are problems in some cases of demonic infestations and hauntings. Since ancient times, any shiny… …

    Encyclopedia of Demons and Demonology

  • 20 Mirror 16 — The Mirror 16 is a class of sailing dinghy which was sponsored by the Daily Mirror newspaper in 1963 and the design project was headed by Jack Holt. Its design was based upon the easy to construct stich and glue principle introduced by Barry… …

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