English version

wing mirror

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Motor vehicles
wing mirrorˈwing ˌmirror noun [countable] British English  TTCa mirror on the side of a car
Examples from the Corpus
wing mirrorAs the Ford charged after the Mercedes, Dunn saw in his wing mirror a spurt of tracer fire.They came down on the coach from Manchester and were delayed for an hour by a missing wing mirror.Mobuto recoiled in horror, stumbling back painfully into the Studebaker's wing mirror.Bill was leaning on his cab, spitting at the wing mirror and half-heartedly polishing it with his sleeve.I could see in the wing mirror that my arrival had provoked some interest.
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