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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of reflect.

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Examples

  • The term reflects the total amount of revenue from Zynga's two main businesses—the sale of virtual goods and ads—if it had recognized all of the revenue immediately at the time of a sale.

    Groupon's Accounting Lingo Gets Scrutiny

  • "ILLUMI nations ," the title of her show, "is due to Venice and because it is an old topic in art," said Ms. Curiger, who also notes that the term reflects the still perceptible effect of the Age of Enlightenment.

    Art's Tranquil Voice

  • Dassault is the global leader in what is now called product life cycle management software PLM; the term reflects the fact that the tools of design go beyond computer-aided design and extend to the production, distribution, maintenance, and eventual disposition of products.

    The Power of Co-Creation

  • Dassault is the global leader in what is now called product life cycle management software PLM; the term reflects the fact that the tools of design go beyond computer-aided design and extend to the production, distribution, maintenance, and eventual disposition of products.

    The Power of Co-Creation

  • Dassault is the global leader in what is now called product life cycle management software PLM; the term reflects the fact that the tools of design go beyond computer-aided design and extend to the production, distribution, maintenance, and eventual disposition of products.

    The Power of Co-Creation

  • The percentage listed on the label reflects the amount of the daily value found in one serving of food.

    The Most Complete Food Counter, 2nd Edition

  • The term reflects an important practical fact: aroma chemicals are more similar to oils and fats than they are to water, and are therefore more soluble in oil than they are in water p.

    On Food and Cooking, The Science and Lore of the Kitchen

  • The term reflects an important practical fact: aroma chemicals are more similar to oils and fats than they are to water, and are therefore more soluble in oil than they are in water p.

    On Food and Cooking, The Science and Lore of the Kitchen

  • Susie Dent, the spokesperson for the Oxford Dictionaries, said in an interview on the BBC that the term reflects global rather than just regional issues.

    ABC News: Top Stories

  • The name reflects the race's starting point in the northeast downtown area of the San Francisco Bay, the course then runs west through the city to finish at the Great Highway where breakers crash onto Ocean Beach.

    Tamie Adaya: Bay to Breakers: A Great Day for the Race... The Human Race

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