Associations to the word «Reflect»
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REFLECT, verb. (transitive) To bend back (light, etc.) from a surface.
REFLECT, verb. (intransitive) To be bent back (light, etc.) from a surface.
REFLECT, verb. (transitive) To mirror, or show the image of something.
REFLECT, verb. (intransitive) To be mirrored.
REFLECT, verb. (transitive) To agree with; to closely follow.
REFLECT, verb. (transitive) To give evidence of someone's or something's character etc.
REFLECT, verb. (intransitive) To think seriously; to ponder or consider.
REFLECT ON, verb. (transitive) To think carefully about something, and give it due consideration.
REFLECT ON, verb. (transitive) (computing) To access details of (a data type, etc.) at run-time using reflection.
REFLECT ON, verb. To give an impression of (used with an adverb).
REFLECT UPON, verb. To reflect on
REFLECT, verb. Manifest or bring back; "This action reflects his true beliefs".
REFLECT, verb. Reflect deeply on a subject; "I mulled over the events of the afternoon"; "philosophers have speculated on the question of God for thousands of years"; "The scientist must stop to observe and start to excogitate".
REFLECT, verb. To throw or bend back (from a surface); "Sound is reflected well in this auditorium".
REFLECT, verb. Be bright by reflecting or casting light; "Drive carefully--the wet road reflects".
REFLECT, verb. Show an image of; "her sunglasses reflected his image".
REFLECT, verb. Give evidence of a certain behavior; "His lack of interest in the project reflects badly on him".
REFLECT, verb. Give evidence of the quality of; "The mess in his dorm room reflects on the student".
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