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Translation of "reflect" - English-Spanish dictionary

reflect

verb   /rɪˈflekt/
If a surface such as a mirror or water reflects something, you can see the image of that thing in the mirror, water, etc. reflejar He saw himself reflected in the shop window.
to show or be a sign of something reflejar The statistics reflect a change in people’s spending habits.
to think in a serious and careful way reflexionar In prison, he had plenty of time to reflect on his crimes.
(Definition of reflect from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

reflect

verb /rəˈflekt/
to send back (light, heat etc) reflejar The white sand reflected the sun’s heat.
(of a mirror etc) to give an image of reflejar She was reflected in the mirror/water.
to think carefully reflexionar (sobre) Give him a minute to reflect (on what he should do).
reflecting adjective
able to reflect (light etc) reflector a reflecting surface.
reflection /rəˈflekʃən/ noun ( (also reflexionBritish, old-fashioned))
reflejo; reflexión She looked at her reflection in the water After reflection I felt I had made the wrong decision The book is called ’Reflections of a Politician’.
reflective /-tiv/ adjective
thoughtful pensativo, meditabundo She was in a reflective mood.
reflecting reflector reflective number-plates.
reflectively adverb
con reflexión, pensativamente
reflector noun
something, especially of glass or metal, that reflects light, heat etc reflector Having reflectors makes cyclists much more visible to car drivers in the dark.
(Definition of reflect from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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