Meaning of “mirror” - Learner’s Dictionary


noun [ C ] us uk /ˈmɪrər/
Extra Examples
He caught sight of himself in the mirror.There's a mirror above the washbasin.There is a large mirror at one end to create the illusion of more space.Clara inspected her make-up in the mirror.The mirror in the bathroom steamed up.

A2 a piece of glass with a shiny metallic material on one side that produces an image of anything that is in front of it:

a bathroom mirror
He looked at his reflection in the mirror.
→ See also rear-view mirror , wing mirror

(Definition of “mirror noun” from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)