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Translation of "reflection" - English-Turkish dictionary

reflection

noun
 
 
/rɪˈflekʃən/
IMAGE [C] B2 the image of something in a mirror, on a shiny surface, etc
yansıma, görünüm, akis
I saw my reflection in the window.The state of matter
THOUGHT [C, U] formal when you think in a serious and careful way
düşünme, düşünüş
He paused for reflection before answering my question. On reflection (= after thinking again), I think I was wrong.Thinking and contemplating
a reflection of sth something that is a sign or result of a particular situation
görüntü, akis
His poor job performance is a reflection of his lack of training.Showing and demonstrating
a reflection on sb/sth something that makes people have a particular opinion about someone or something, especially a bad opinion
kötü izlenim, olumsuz etki, gölge düşürme
Low test scores are a sad reflection on our school system.Affecting and influencing
Translations of “reflection”
in Korean 상, 모습…
in Arabic اِنْعِكاس…
in Portuguese reflexo…
in Catalan reflex…
in Japanese (鏡などに映った)姿, 映像…
in Italian immagine riflessa…
in Russian отражение, размышление…
in Polish odbicie, namysł…
(Definition of reflection from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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