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mirror noun

ADJ. bathroom, hand, shaving, wardrobe | full-length | gilt-framed, ornate | two-way He watched them through a two-way mirror. | driving, rear, rear-view, wing Always check your mirror before pulling out to overtake.

VERB + MIRROR glance in, look in/into | admire yourself in, examine yourself in, look at yourself/your face in He was busy admiring himself in the wardrobe mirror. | sit at, stand in front of | check | catch sight of sb/sth in, see sb/sth in | fix, hang We hung a mirror over the fireplace. | break, crack

MIRROR + VERB reflect sth

MIRROR + NOUN image Art can be seen as a mirror image of society.

PREP. in a/the ~ She stared at her face in the mirror.