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- v. Present participle of reflect.
- n. An instance of reflecting
- adj. That reflects.
- adj. That utilizes reflection.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Throwing back light, heat, etc., as a mirror or other surface.
- adj. Given to reflection or serious consideration; reflective; contemplative.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Throwing back light, heat, etc., as a mirror or other polished surface.
- Given to reflection; thoughtful; meditative; provident: as, a reflecting mind.
- An instrument in which a slow-moving bubble is viewed by reflection, so that the image of the middle of it can he seen by the side of the direct image of a distant object. Such are Abney's and Locke's levels, used by topographers. See Locke lavel, under level.
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- adj. causing reflection or having a device that reflects
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