[ UK /ɹɪflˈɛktɐ/ ]
[ US /ɹɪˈfɫɛktɝ/ ]
  1. optical telescope consisting of a large concave mirror that produces an image that is magnified by the eyepiece
    Isaac Newton invented the reflecting telescope in 1668
  2. device that reflects radiation
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How To Use reflector In A Sentence

  • If you want to lighten up or brighten up one side of a portrait, the white-sided reflector also works well.
  • The reflector is a standard fitting on the front pillar of the bike, hence the curved mount.
  • The experimental setup uses a standard OCT system with an additional apparatus to rotate the sample to acquire multiple angularly displaced OCT images (displaced-reflector images).
  • The satellite employs a large 12 meter mesh antenna reflector, which is essential for delivering services to small mobile and portable devices. GuruFocus Updates
  • After collimation, the central part of the measurement beam travels to the target retroreflector through an annular mirror that returns the outer annulus of the beam, which acts as the reference.
  • A surface acoustic wave device includes interdigital transducer electrode and reflectors disposed on a piezoelectric substrate.
  • Other standard equipment includes multi-reflector halogen headlights, rear wiper/washer, high level stop lamp, velour upholstery, adjustable armrests, six spoke 16-inch alloy wheels and a stereo radio / CD system.
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  • So you need to wear colorful clothes and outfit yourself with plenty of reflectors and lights.
  • Passed a hawk on a reflector post on the drive home, and it wasn't a roughleg! Grouse Diary Entry
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