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miragenoun [C]

us   /məˈrɑʒ/
an image, produced by very hot air, of something that seems to be far away but does not really exist: Up ahead she saw a slight shimmer that looked like water, a road mirage.
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Translations of “mirage”
in Vietnamese ảo ảnh…
in Spanish espejismo…
in Malaysian logamaya…
in Thai ภาพลวงตา…
in French mirage…
in German die Luftspiegelung…
in Chinese (Traditional) 海市蜃樓,蜃景,幻景, 幻想,妄想…
in Russian мираж…
in Turkish serap, ılgın…
in Chinese (Simplified) 海市蜃楼,蜃景,幻景, 幻想,妄想…
in Indonesian fatamorgana…
in Polish miraż…
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