Entry from British & World English dictionary
A rear-view mirror projecting from the side of a motor vehicle.
- Visibility in the miniscule rear view mirror is like watching traffic through a spy hole, whilst the wing mirror proves pretty much ornamental.
- I pulled myself aloft into the cab, steadied my nerves with a few deep breaths, checked the wing mirror, which is the size of a widescreen television, and pulled away.
- A quick blip of the keyfob, touch the button under the wing mirror, the glass lowers and the door pops open.
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