Reflect on or reflect upon
Quote by Charles Dickens: “Reflect upon your present blessings -- of which...”
reflect on/upon somebody/something
Literally, to be displayed as a duplicate light or image on something. Technically, moonlight is just sunlight that bounces off the moon and is reflected on the Earth. Though his back was to me, I could see his worried face reflected on the small pool of water. To consider or think back on something with close or careful attention. Stuck in bed with a broken leg, all I could do was reflect on the accident that put me there.
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They just reflect the range of breeds that were used to create the Heck cattle in the first instance. But it is not only small airlines that reflect the laxity of the system. This does not reflect lack of interest in a better environment. Note: This piece was updated to reflect that Mrs. I invite you to reflect on the actual power dynamic between Christians and LGBT people in our society. The door of the dining-room is faced with looking-glass, so that it may reflect the contents of the conservatory.