retroreflective

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retroreflective

[re-troh-ri-flek-tiv]
adjective
of or pertaining to a surface, material, or device (retroreflector) that reflects light or other radiation back to its source; reflective.

Origin:
1850–55; retro- + reflective

retroreflection, noun
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For nighttime work, similar outside garments shall be retroreflective.
Signs are aluminum and faced with retroreflective sheeting.
Retroreflective sheeting shall comply with applicable specifications.
Retroreflective material reflects light back towards the source.
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