reflectverb

  • ja示す
  • ento show or be a sign of something

Examples

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When Anna refuses to look at him, snaps...
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"Happy anniversary."
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...and leaves as fast as possible,
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we read this behavior as reflecting annoyance.
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I'm ashamed and embarrassed by my behavior.
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It does not reflect the person that I am either as a lawyer or a woman.
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Potatoes reflect my cool personality.
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I'm sturdy, dirty, and lumpy, just like a potato.
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Oh, my God, it's Mugi!
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I know that both of us are dog moms.
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And she has a really cute Golden Retriever.
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So, I wanted to get something that reflected that.

Other meanings for reflect...

reflectverb

  • ja~を反射する、反響する
  • ento throw back heat, light, or sound without absorbing it
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The coats on top are white.
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And those white coats will reflect the heat.
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The pencil looks yellow because it reflects yellow light
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more than it reflects the other colors.
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And then we're applying pro glitter on the center or rose gold
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to really lift and reflect light.
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The woolly bat finds Hemsleyana pitchers
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because the plant's broad back wall reflects the bat's ultrasound.
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Say the signal hits a wood door.
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At the boundary, some waves are reflected back.