- non·re·flec·tor, noun
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How to use reflector in a sentence
It’s also waterproof for enhanced durability and equipped with reflectors for safe nighttime walking.Save up to 73 percent on these winter tools and accessories | Stack Commerce | February 9, 2022 | Popular-Science
Hoping to see better while driving at night without spending a fortune, I ordered a set of LED replacement bulbs for the reflector headlights on my new Ford Ranger.A $150 Reminder That LED Headlight Bulbs Don’t Work | wsiler | January 14, 2022 | Outside Online
Many other telescopes, known as reflectors, focus light with curved mirrors.Explainer: Telescopes see light — and sometimes ancient history | Trisha Muro | January 13, 2022 | Science News For Students
Specular aluminum reflectors sit behind the bulbs to direct the light rays where they need to go.The best grow lights to keep our plant friends happy and healthy | Sarah Horaczek | October 14, 2021 | Popular-Science
For an expansive view of the cosmos, this computerized telescope pick features a Newtonian reflector optical design with a 130mm-aperture that lets you see the clouds around Jupiter and the surface of the moon in great detail.How to view your favorite planets and astronomical events | Jen McCaffery | July 21, 2021 | Popular-Science
The driver wore reflector shades, and his hair was buzzed short.
A conservative estimate places the number within reach of the Crossley reflector at about 120,000.
The movable hour circle and driving wheel of the Crossley reflector has two sets of graduations.
At present the Crossley reflector is being used for photographing nebulæ, for which purpose it is very effective.
The Crossley reflector promises to be useful in a number of fields which are fairly well defined.
A piece of tin, or bright metal, is placed beneath each globe for a reflector.The Boy Mechanic, Book 2 | Various
British Dictionary definitions for reflector
a person or thing that reflects
a surface or object that reflects light, sound, heat, etc
a small translucent red disc, strip, etc, with a reflecting backing on the rear of a road vehicle, which reflects the light of the headlights of a following vehicle
another name for reflecting telescope
part of an aerial placed so as to increase the forward radiation of the radiator and decrease the backward radiation
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