throw back (light, heat, sound or an image)
express, make clear, or be a sign of; show
"This action reflects his true beliefs"
"I mulled over the events of the afternoon"
"philosophers have speculated on the question of God for thousands of years"
"The scientist must stop to observe and start to excogitate"
"Sound is reflected well in this auditorium"
"Drive carefully--the wet road reflects"
"her sunglasses reflected his image"
"His lack of interest in the project reflects badly on him"
"The mess in his dorm room reflects on the student"
The bill is..not quite strait, but a little reflected upwards.
出自： T. Pennant
A full-thickness scalp was reflected including pericranium.
出自： L. Shainberg
光线从水面反射进我的双眼。 reflect sth from sth
The light is reflected from the moon.
湖里映射出朵朵白云。 reflect sb/sth in sth
She was reflected in the water.
The mountains are reflected in the water.
The low level of interest has been reflected in the unwillingness of citizens to vote.
I have been reflecting on all he said to me.
I must reflect on what answer to give.
Mr. Smith stood reflecting on the circumstances of the preceding hours.
When I reflect on my schooldays,I realize how much easier things are for today's children.
当我回想起我读书的日子,我感到对当今的孩子们来说条件是舒服得多了。 reflect on〔upon〕 sb/oneself/sth
Your rude behaviour reflects only upon yourself.
Failure to pay your bills reflects on your credit rating.
That one silly error reflects upon his integrity as a solicitor.
那个唯一可笑的错误使这个律师名誉扫地。 reflect sth on〔upon〕 sb
Such behaviour can only reflect discredit upon you.
A great deed reflects credit on its doer.
His success reflected the greatest credit and glory on him.
他的成功给他带来了最大的声望和荣誉。 reflect on〔upon〕 sth
I don't wish to reflect upon your sincerity.
A gentleman should never reflect on another person's motives unless he has good reason for doing so.
He reflected on his past mistakes.