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  1. mirror

    • IPA[ˈmirər]


    • n.
      a reflective surface, now typically of glass coated with a metal amalgam, that reflects a clear image;a thing regarded as accurately representing something else
    • v.
      (of a reflective surface) show a reflection of;correspond or be similar to (another thing)
    • verb: mirror, 3rd person present: mirrors, gerund or present participle: mirroring, past tense: mirrored, past participle: mirrored

    • noun: mirror, plural noun: mirrors

    • 釋義



    • 1. (of a reflective surface) show a reflection of the clear water mirrored the sky
    • 2. correspond or be similar to (another thing) his own views mirrored those of his followers gradations of educational attainment mirror differences in social background
    • 3. display content from (the screen of a computer, phone, or other device) on another screen, usually via a wireless connection device owners can mirror their screen to their TV wireless technology lets you mirror your phone's screen on a compatible TV
    • 4. keep a copy of some or all of the contents of (a network site) at another site, typically in order to improve accessibility his site was mirrored at several colleges around the United States
    • store (copies of data) on two or more hard disks as a method of protecting it another three identical drives would mirror data from primary sources