Reflect

Frases y oraciones de ejemplo

not reflect   (no reflejar)

Her political affiliation does not reflect family background.

Further, the content of the article did not reflect this assertion.

Forming the ACMS did not reflect a consensus of the entire movement.

better reflect   (mejor reflexionar)

The BBC said the new set would allow for HD filming and better reflect the modern East End of London.

Each governing body made changes to better reflect the state of competition among their members corps.

This change came about in an attempt to better reflect what the volunteers can offer to their communities.

reflect time   (reflejar el tiempo)

Stats reflect time with the Penguins only.

does not reflect   (no refleja)

Her political affiliation does not reflect family background.

The name given is that of the article if it does not reflect the Bayer designation (e.g.

However, Hutton's interpretation does not reflect the Latin grammar as it currently stands.

did not reflect   (no reflejó)

Further, the content of the article did not reflect this assertion.

Forming the ACMS did not reflect a consensus of the entire movement.

These averages did not reflect variations in population distribution.

accurately reflect   (reflejar con precisión)

In addition, headwords may not accurately reflect a dictionary's size.

At the time the official rating of a ship did not accurately reflect the number of cannon mounted.

Chu claims that those cables do not accurately reflect the content of his conversations with Young.

changed to reflect   (cambiado para reflejar)

It is unknown when this name was changed to reflect the current name.

The lyrics are usually changed to reflect a humorous progression of the skit's main story.

It was at this time that the name was changed to reflect that it was served by Ethiopians (Abyssinian).

reflect the new   (reflejar lo nuevo)

In 2015, the company assumed a new corporate identity to reflect the new ownership.

The station changed its calls to WKAF on August 30, 2006, to reflect the new simulcast.

In 1930 the name was changed to Clearview High School to reflect the new school district.

reflect upon   (reflexionar sobre)

Actual events during secular funerals vary, but they frequently reflect upon the interests and personality of the deceased.

Democracy Day (Canada) Democracy Day is a project initiated by Fair Vote Canada "to celebrate and reflect upon Canadian democracy."

The verses exhort mankind to reflect upon those signs and warn them of the punishment for those who turn away from God despite the signs.

reflect the fact   (reflejar el hecho)

The pictures of him reflect the fact that his right arm was severed before the execution.

This could reflect the fact that gimmick teams were featured heavily in "Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story".

The report notes this change could be made to reflect the fact that escaping extreme poverty is only a first step.

designed to reflect   (diseñado para reflejar)

Other stations had badges designed to reflect their role.

The Stand was designed to reflect the newly completed Western Stand.

The marble floor was designed to reflect the moving shadows of the columns.

order to reflect   (para reflexionar)

Indian religion was profoundly absorbed by local cultures that formed their own distinctive variations of these structures in order to reflect their own ideals.

Magazine", Aja shared that they were in the process of changing their legal name from their birth name to Aja in order to reflect their non-binary gender identity.

Canadian Pacific Railway formally (but, not legally) shortened its name to Canadian Pacific in early 2007, dropping the word "railway" in order to reflect more operational flexibility.

intended to reflect   (destinado a reflejar)

His age is intended to reflect his experience and strength.

It is intended to reflect honor upon the ALA as well as upon the individual.

Each sign has a distinctive shape and word cut out in a unique typeface intended to reflect the history and character of the neighborhood.