- (UK) IPA: /ˈmɪɹ.ə/, X-SAMPA: /'mIr@/
- (US) IPA: /ˈmiɹ.ɚ/, /ˈmɪɹ.ɚ/, /ˈmiɚ/, X-SAMPA: /'mIr@`/
Audio (US) (file)
Audio (UK) (file)
- Rhymes: -ɪrə(r), -iə(r)
- (US, Canada) Homophone: mere (some dialects)
mirror (plural mirrors)
- A smooth surface, usually made of glass with reflective material painted on the underside, that reflects light so as to give an image of what is in front of it.
- I had a look in the mirror to see if the blood had come off my face.
- We could see the lorry in the mirror, so decided to change lanes.
- (figuratively) an object, person, or event that reflects or gives a picture of another.
- His story is a mirror into the life of orphans growing up.
- O goddess, heavenly bright, / Mirror of grace and majesty divine.
- (computing) An exact copy of a data set, especially a website.
- Although the content had been deleted from his blog, it was still found on some mirrors.
Terms derived from mirror (noun)
smooth reflecting surface
computing: exact copy of a data set
- (transitive) Of an event, activity, behaviour, etc, to be identical to, to be a copy of.
- He tried to mirror Elvis's life. He copied his fashion and his mannerisms, and even went to live in Graceland.
- (computing, transitive) To create something identical to (a web site, etc.).
- To reflect.
of an event, activity, behaviour.. to be identical to, be a copy of, to reflect
Read in another language
This page is available in 47 languages
- Bahasa Indonesia
- Norsk bokmål
- Gagana Samoa
- Simple English
- Tiếng Việt