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From Middle English mirour, from Old French mireor, from mirer, to look at, from Latin mīror (wonder at), from mīrus (wonderful).

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Mirror

Plural
Mirrors

Mirror (plural Mirrors)
  1. A smooth surface, usually made of glass with reflective material painted on the underside, that reflects light so as to give an image of what is in front of it.
  2. (figuratively) an object, person, or event that reflects or gives a picture of another.
  3. (computing) An exact copy of a data set, especially a website.

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Infinitive
to Mirror

Third person singular
Mirrors

Simple past
Mirrored

Past participle
Mirrored

Present participle
Mirroring

to Mirror (third-person singular simple present Mirrors, present participle Mirroring, simple past and past participle Mirrored)
  1. (transitive) Of an event, activity, behaviour, etc, to be identical to, to be a copy of.
  2. (computing, transitive) To create a mirror of (a web site, etc.).

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