an image of an object, plan, person, etc., as it would appear if viewed in a mirror, with right and left reversed.
an object having a spatial arrangement that corresponds to that of another object except that the right-to-left sense on one object corresponds to the left-to-right sense on the other.
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How to use mirror image in a sentence
Google tries not to index duplicate content, mirror images of the same content, and it avoids indexing not useful content, URLs that have many URL parameters that might not add sufficient value and so forth.It can take hours to weeks for new content to be indexed, says Google | Barry Schwartz | June 30, 2021 | Search Engine Land
See if I can get a mirror image coming back at me from the world, or from somebody else’s soul, or mind, or mouth.Is Matthew McConaughey the Answer to the Texas Question? | Eugene Robinson | May 31, 2021 | Ozy
Not only would the positron break the two-particle paradigm, but it would also suggest that electrons had mirror images with no apparent role in making up atoms.How matter’s hidden complexity unleashed the power of nuclear physics | Emily Conover | April 8, 2021 | Science News
Keep in mind that the data downloaded by an employer isn’t a mirror image of the actual Slack platform.
I was expecting these two charts to be mirror images of each other and I am surprised that they don’t.
After the meeting, he told The New York Times that meeting Kyenge gave him a “mirror-image feeling.”
The mirror-image systems of communism and fascism promised to solve problems quickly through command and control.
President Barack Obama, on the other hand, is the mirror image, his liberal intellectual equal.
In short, she was a nearly mirror image of her troubled daughter.
It also tells the story of my mother, a mirror image of my motherland.
There was even one letter 'o' which appeared to be upside down, or, perhaps, a mirror-image.'A Comedy of Errors' in Seven Acts | Spokeshave (AKA Old Fogy)
He was probably also the most Campbellian; his self-reliant man is almost a mirror image of Campbell's "Citizen."Uller Uprising | Henry Beam Piper, John D. Clark and John F. Carr
I could see in the mirror-image, behind Dud's head the outlines of the little public cubby from which he was calling.Wandl the Invader | Raymond King Cummings
These he observed to be of two kinds differing in form as a right glove from a left, or as an object from its mirror-image.An Introduction to the History of Science | Walter Libby
Capgras is the mirror image, I guess: a failure to react emotionally to familiar faces.The Capgras Shift | Sam Vaknin
British Dictionary definitions for mirror image
an image as observed in a mirror
an object that corresponds to another object in the same way as it would correspond to its image in a mirror
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