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rear-view mirror

n
(Automotive Engineering) a mirror on a motor vehicle enabling the driver to see traffic coming behind him or her
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rear-view mirror

[ˌrɪəvjuːˈmɪrəʳ] N (Aut) → (espejo m) retrovisor m
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rear-view mirror

nRückspiegel m
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rear-view mirror

[ˈrɪəˌvjuːˈmɪrəʳ] n (Aut) → specchietto retrovisore
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rear-view mirror

مِرْآةُ الرُؤْيَةِ الـخَلْفِيَّة zpětné zrcátko bakspejl Rückspiegel καθρέφτης αυτοκινήτου retrovisor taustapeili rétroviseur retrovizor specchietto retrovisore バックミラー 백미러 achteruitkijkspiegel bakspeil lusterko wsteczne espelho retrovisor зеркало задней обзорности backspegel กระจกมองหลัง arka ayna gương chiếu hậu 后视镜
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My mother got me into Pearl Jam by making me listen to Rearviewmirror, but found Cage through my own listening habits.
After the Jeff Ament-penned B-side, "Other Side'' (which Vedder had to use a lyric cheat sheet to perform) and "Future Days'' (which the singer dedicated to a newlywed couple in the audience), Pearl Jam's first encore featured the two best arena rockers of the night, "Jeremy'' and "Rearviewmirror,'' as well as the equally ferocious holdouts from Tuesday night, "Black'' and "Even Flow.''