or chiefly Britishreflexion/rɪˈflɛkʃən/
or chiefly British reflexion /rɪˈflɛkʃən/
Learner's definition of REFLECTION
1 [count] : an image that is seen in a mirror or on a shiny surface 2 [count] : something that shows the effect, existence, or character of something else — often + of
The high crime rate is a reflection of the violence of our society.
artistic styles that are reflections of different cultures
The movie is an accurate reflection of what life is like in small towns.
3 [singular] : something that causes people to disapprove of a person or thing — + on or upon
His bad behavior is a reflection on all of us. [=it makes people think badly of all of us]
You're not to blame for these problems. They're no reflection on you. [=they do not show anything about your character]
4 [noncount] : careful thought about something
She had no time for reflection.
spending time in quiet reflection
On/Upon reflection [=after thinking about it], I decided to accept their offer.
5 [count] : an opinion that you form or a remark that you make after carefully thinking about something — usually plural