English to Maori Meaning of mirror - whakaata

Mirror :

whakaata, karaihe keeking, karaehe, arotahi, tauira, waea whakaahua, tārua, faahoho'araa, tauira omua, take, pai, täkupu, tīpako

whakaata, hana

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Definitions of mirror in English
Noun(1) polished surface that forms images by reflecting light(2) a faithful depiction or reflection
Verb(1) reflect as if in a mirror(2) reflect or resemble
Examples of mirror in English
(1) it's a mirror of life(2) he broke the bathroom mirror(3) he checked his appearance in the mirror(4) The following extracts especially appealed to me, because they mirror my own experience.(5) She managed to go a few steps further before she saw the bathroom mirror reflecting what was in it.(6) Critically, I studied myself in the full-length mirror on the wall.(7) Much of the work presented here invites analogies to US culture, providing a mirror and a model as much as a window onto a distant country.(8) I stood up and walked over to the full length mirror hanging on my closet door.(9) He pulled on his jeans and looked into the mirror above the sink.(10) If you are transferring from anonymous sites, the format is almost identical to the one used to mirror a Web site.(11) Sam looked dubiously at the large oval mirror on the desk, as Ryan set blue candles around it.(12) I looked into the large, round silver mirror on the wall adjacent to my bed.(13) The world, far from being a rough wilderness one has to force into one's own likeness, is now a mirror .(14) I was in for another surprise when I saw familiar images reflected in the mirror .(15) Events at the school closely mirror the political situation in Chile as a whole.(16) Hold a mirror in front of you and you can suddenly see behind you.
Related Phrases of mirror
(1) rearview mirror ::
hi'oo te
(2) hand mirror ::
whakaata ringa
(3) mirror image ::
image whakaata
(4) side mirror ::
whakaata taha
(5) wing mirror ::
whakaata parirau
(6) look in the mirror ::
titiro i roto i te whakaata
(7) broken mirror ::
whakaata whati
(8) mirror ball ::
whakaata pōro
(9) rear mirror ::
whakaata muri
(10) concave mirror ::
whakaata hakoko
1. reflecting surface ::
mata whakaata
2. full-length mirror ::
whakaata roa-tonu
3. hand mirror ::
whakaata ringa
4. side mirror ::
whakaata taha
5. rear-view mirror ::
whakaata muri-tirohanga
7. glass ::
8. reflect ::
9. match ::
10. reproduce ::
whakaputa uri
11. imitate ::
e pee
12. simulate ::
13. copy ::
14. mimic ::
15. echo ::
16. parallel ::
17. correspond to ::
hāngai ki
Different Forms
mirror, mirrored, mirroring, mirrors
Word Example from TV Shows
washing her armpits\Nand smiling stupidly at the mirror,

washing her armpits
and smiling stupidly at the MIRROR,

Money Heist Season 1, Episode 12

Black Mirror?

Black Mirror? No.

The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 13

Now imagine there was never
a mirror to begin with.

Now imagine there was never a MIRROR to begin with.

The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 16

Did you enjoy the footnote where
I illustrate mirror symmetry by likening it...

Did you enjoy the footnote where I illustrate MIRROR symmetry by likening it...

The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 6

Oh... I think we were looking at creepy in the
rearview mirror when I put up that camera.

Oh... I think we were looking at creepy in the rearview MIRROR when I put up that camera.

The Big Bang Theory Season 6, Episode 21

English to Maori Dictionary: mirror

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