English version

looking glass

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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looking glassˈlooking glass noun [countable] old-fashioned  DHFa mirror
Examples from the Corpus
looking glassShe considered her reflection between the gilded curlicues of the eighteenth-century looking glass in the hallway and decided to begin a diet.They talk about the reflect and appraisal, the looking glass self on page forty-nine.Blake glimpsed the looking glass behind the bar and saw what they found amusing.I will now move on to look at one chapter from Alice through the looking glass.The sequel to this, Alice through the looking glass, was published seven years later in 1872.This is history through the looking glass.We are at least half way through the looking glass, on our way to utter chaos.
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