reflector

Part of speech: noun

That which reflects; a mirror; a reflecting telescope.

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Usage examples "reflector":

  1. These are,- file, glass- knife, small turn- pin, large turn- pin, carbon cones, carbon plate, rubber tube of small diameter, various sizes of corks, and an asbestos heat reflector. - "A Handbook of Laboratory Glass-Blowing", Bernard D. Bolas.
  2. Imagine yourself caught on a narrow railroad bridge at midnight with an express train approaching at full speed, its reflector already dazzling you with its light, the roar of the cars rattling in your ears, and you may conceive the feelings of the travellers. - "All Around the Moon", Jules Verne.
  3. Maston and Belfast announced that the projectile had just been perceived in the gigantic reflector of Long's Peak. - "The Moon-Voyage", Jules Verne.