The throwing back by a body or surface of light, heat, or sound without absorbing it
the reflection of light
An amount of light, heat, or sound that is thrown back in such a way
the reflections from the streetlights gave us just enough light
An image seen in a mirror or shiny surface
Marianne surveyed her reflection in the mirror
A thing that is a consequence of or arises from something else
a healthy skin is a reflection of good health in general
A thing bringing discredit to someone or something
it was a sad reflection on society that because of his affliction he was picked on
The conceptual operation of inverting a system or event with respect to a plane, each element being transferred perpendicularly through the plane to a point the same distance the other side of it
Serious thought or consideration
he doesn't get much time for reflection
An idea about something, esp. one that is written down or expressed
reflections on human destiny and art
contemplation: a calm, lengthy, intent consideration
the phenomenon of a propagating wave (light or sound) being thrown back from a surface
expression: expression without words; "tears are an expression of grief"; "the pulse is a reflection of the heart's condition"
mirror image: a likeness in which left and right are reversed
the image of something as reflected by a mirror (or other reflective material); "he studied his reflection in the mirror"
(mathematics) a transformation in which the direction of one axis is reversed
Steamhammer (aka Reflection) was the debut album issued in 1969 by the British blues-rock band Steamhammer. The musicians in the band were Martin Quittenton (guitar), Kieran White (vocals, guitar, harmonica), Martin Pugh (guitar), Steve Davy (bass), and Michael Rushton (drums). ...
Reflection was formed in 1992 in Dortmund, Germany. Like their countrymates Kreator and Destruction, they play thrash metal.
"Reflection" was the Austrian representative in the Eurovision Song Contest 1999, performed in English (only the second time, following My Little World, that Austria had not featured lyrics in German or a dialect thereof) by Bobbie Singer.
Reflection in computer graphics is used to emulate reflective objects like mirrors and shiny surfaces.
In computer science, reflection is the process by which a computer program can observe and modify its own structure and behavior.
Reflection is an album released in 1984 by Demis Roussos.
The act of reflecting or the state of being reflected; The property of a propagated wave being thrown back from a surface (such as a mirror); Something, such as an image, that is reflected; Careful thought or consideration; An implied criticism; The process or mechanism of determining the ...
(reflect) To bend back (light, etc.) from a surface; To mirror, or show the image of something; To agree with; to closely follow; To give evidence of someone's or something's character etc; To think seriously; to ponder or consider
(Reflections) (1999) - Each 18 card pack of Reflections contained one rare card from a previous set that was deemed to be a fan favorite after a poll on Decipher.com was taken. These cards were overlaid with foil that made them shine in the light. ...
(Reflections) (2006) -- a second album of cover versions:
(Reflections) 1990. Va, clarinet. Ms
(Reflections) Any magic square can be reflected about either the horizontal or vertical axis (or both) without altering its properties. Imagine turning the square over about that axis so that the square is face down and reading the numbers through the paper.
(Reflections) Energy reflected back to its source as it encounters impedance discontinuities in the signal path.
(Reflections) With video signals, reflections can be caused by energy that is not absorbed by the load (or a termination), and is reflected back and possibly combined with the original signal. ...
(REfLECT) The IfL personal on-line CPD tool
(Reflect) Bend or throw back light.
(Reflect) to look back on something,memories,- remember, to look at something in an anaylitcal way
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(reflect) In a tessellation, reflect means to repeat an image by flipping it across a line so it appears as it would in a mirror.