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American English: /ˈmɪrər/
British English: /ˈmɪrə/

Translation of mirror in Spanish:


  • also: driving mirror
    to look (at oneself) in the mirror
    mirar(se) al or en el espejo
    to hold a mirror up to life [literary]
    reflejar fielmente la vida
    a true mirror of public opinion
    un verdadero reflejo de la opinión pública
    (before noun) (tiles)
    de espejo
    mirror sunglasses
    gafas (feminine plural) or (Latin America) anteojos (masculine plural) de espejo
    Example sentences
    • As the steam in the bathroom began to vent, the mirror cleared and his image appeared before him.
    • I was in for another surprise when I saw familiar images reflected in the mirror.
    • She checks her rear view mirrors, but she does not check the door.

transitive verb

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