In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1espejo masculine(tiles) (before noun) de espejodriving mirror — espejo retrovisor masculine
- to look (at oneself) in the mirror — mirar(se) al / en el espejo
- to hold a mirror up to life — reflejar fielmente la vida
- a true mirror of public opinion — un verdadero reflejo de la opinión pública
- mirror sunglasses — anteojos de espejo
- I looked into the large, round silver mirror on the wall adjacent to my bed.
- The driver's side mirror is often adjusted manually outside the car.
- She managed to go a few steps further before she saw the bathroom mirror reflecting what was in it.
- She stood up, and took a quick look at herself in the full length mirror on her wall.
- I stood up and walked over to the full length mirror hanging on my closet door.
- He pulled on his jeans and looked into the mirror above the sink.
- My jaws dropped slightly as I saw the bathroom mirror was smashed to pieces.
- Please, I beg you, look in the mirror in the dressing room.
- She checks her rear view mirrors, but she does not check the door.
- Sam looked dubiously at the large oval mirror on the desk, as Ryan set blue candles around it.
- Kevin checked his rear view mirror to see if anyone was following them.
- I was in for another surprise when I saw familiar images reflected in the mirror.
- The young man saw himself in the mirror behind the bar.
- Hold a mirror in front of you and you can suddenly see behind you.
- As the steam in the bathroom began to vent, the mirror cleared and his image appeared before him.
- There was a round mirror on the ceiling and in that surface I saw myself.
- There was a mirror in my room, a tiny square of smoky glass.
- Kitty smiled into her large, oval bedroom mirror.
- Critically, I studied myself in the full-length mirror on the wall.
- He looked up at the small cracked mirror above the sink.
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