Level - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- a specific identifiable position in a continuum or series or especially in a process (syn: degree, point, stage)
- height above ground
the pictures were at the same level
- a flat surface at right angles to a plumb line
- talk frankly with; lay it on the line
she gave him a level look
The pictures were hung on the wall at eye level.
The pictures were hung at different levels.
There was a high level of alcohol in his blood.
A normal level of intelligence
Prices have risen to a new level.
She rose to the level of manager.
She has reached a rare level of financial success.
These problems affect people at all levels of society.
Can this problem be dealt with at a national level or must it be addressed at an international level?
They will level the field.
We need to level the garden before we plant anything.
The earthquake leveled the city.
He leveled his opponent with a right hook.
The robber leveled a gun at his head.
Several complaints have been leveled at the store.
present participle: levelling
past tense: levelled
past participle: levelled
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