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Translation of "mirror" - English-Spanish dictionary

mirror

noun   /ˈmɪr·ər/
A2 a piece of special glass in which you can see yourself espejo a bathroom mirror He looked at himself in the mirror.
verb   /ˈmɪr·ər/
to be similar to or represent something reflejar Our newspaper mirrors the opinions of ordinary people.
(Definition of mirror from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

mirror

noun /ˈmirə/
a piece of glass or metal having a surface that reflects an image espejo a shaving mirror She spends a lot of time looking in the mirror.
(Definition of mirror from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “mirror”
in Korean 거울…
in Arabic مِرْآة…
in Malaysian cermin…
in French miroir…
in Russian зеркало…
in Chinese (Traditional) 玻璃, 鏡,鏡子…
in Italian specchio…
in Turkish ayna…
in Polish lustro, lusterko…
in Vietnamese gương…
in Portuguese espelho…
in Thai กระจก…
in German der Spiegel…
in Catalan mirall…
in Japanese 鏡…
in Chinese (Simplified) 玻璃, 镜,镜子…
in Indonesian cermin…
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