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  1. level

    • IPA[ˈlɛv(ə)l]

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    • n.
      a horizontal plane or line with respect to the distance above or below a given point;a height or distance from the ground or another stated or understood base
    • adj.
      having a flat, horizontal surface;(of a quantity of a dry substance) with the contents not rising above the brim of the measure
    • v.
      give a flat and even surface to;demolish (a building or town)
    • noun: level, plural noun: levels

    • verb: level, 3rd person present: levels, gerund or present participle: levelling, past tense: levelled, past participle: levelled

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a horizontal plane or line with respect to the distance above or below a given point:

      the front garden is on a level with this floor

    • 2. a height or distance from the ground or another stated or understood base:

      storms caused river levels to rise

    • 3. a floor within a multistorey building.
    • 4. a position on a scale of amount, quantity, extent, or quality:

      a high level of unemployment

      debt rose to unprecedented levels

    • 5. an intellectual, social, or moral standard:

      at six he could play chess at an advanced level

      women do better at degree level

    • 6. a position in a hierarchy:

      a junior level of management

    • 7. (in a video game) each of a series of stages of increasing difficulty through which a player may progress, completing one stage in order to reach the next:

      I've now reached level 106 on Candy Crush Saga

    • 8. (especially in a role-playing game) each of a number of steps in the development of a character, who progressively acquires enhanced skills and abilities within the game as the player advances by completing tasks and earning points:

      you can easily take a character to level 20 in less than 15 hours and finish the campaign

    • 9. an instrument marked with a line parallel to the plane of the horizon for testing whether things are horizontal.
    • 10. an instrument for giving a horizontal line of sight.
    • 11. a flat tract of land:

      the Somerset Levels

    • adj.
      形容詞
    • 1. having a flat, horizontal surface:

      we had reached level ground

    • 2. (of a quantity of a dry substance) with the contents not rising above the brim of the measure:

      a level teaspoon of salt

    • 3. at the same height as someone or something else:

      his eyes were level with hers

    • 4. having the same relative position; not in front of or behind:

      the car backed rapidly until it was level with me

    • 5. having the same position or score in a contest:

      the two teams finished level on points

    • 6. not having risen or fallen; unchanged:

      earnings were level at 17.5p a share

    • 7. calm and steady:

      the cold, level gaze he had given her

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. give a flat and even surface to:

      contractors started levelling the ground for the new power station

    • 2. demolish (a building or town):

      bulldozers are now waiting to level their home

    • 3. begin to fly horizontally after climbing or diving:

      he quickly levelled off at 1500 ft

    • 4. (of a path, road, or incline) cease to slope:

      the track levelled out and there below us was the bay

    • 5. remain at a steady level after falling or rising:

      inflation has levelled out at an acceptable rate

    • 6. make (something, especially a score in sport) equal or similar:

      Woods sliced the ball into the net to level the score

      Ardsley deservedly levelled with two minutes remaining

    • 7. increase or reduce something in order to remove a disparity.
    • 8. aim (a weapon):

      he levelled a pistol at us

    • 9. direct (a criticism or accusation):

      accusations of corruption had been levelled against him

    • 10. be frank or honest with (someone):

      when are you going to level with me?

    • 11. ascertain differences in the height of (land).
    • adj. situated relatively near or below ground level:

    • low-level flying was banned

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    • adj. at or of a level below that which is normal or average:

    • low-level flying was banned

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    • adj. at or of a level above that which is normal or average:

    • a high-level cistern

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    • adj. at or of a level above that which is normal or average:

    • a high-level cistern

      high-level crop production

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    • adj.
      having or functioning on two levels; arranged on two planes:
    • a bi-level ventilation system
    • n.
      a bi-level house.

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    • adj.
      (of a building) having a room or rooms higher than others by less than a whole storey:
    • a large split-level house
    • n.
      a split-level building.

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    • adj.
      having or functioning on two levels; arranged on two planes:
    • the unit's bi-level design keeps water in the sink
    • n.
      a bi-level house:
    • a three-bedroom bi-level

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    • n. the level of the ground:

    • cut the cane down to ground level

      ground-level ozone

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    • IPA[ˈlevəl]

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    • n.
      a horizontal plane or line with respect to the distance above or below a given point:
    • the front garden is on a level with this floor
    • adj.
      having a flat and even surface without slopes or bumps:
    • we had reached level ground
    • v.
      give a flat and even surface to:
    • contractors started leveling the ground for the new power station

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