- 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
- having a flat and even surface without slopes or bumps；(of a quantity of a dry substance) with the contents not rising above the brim of the measure
- 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
- 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
- ▪ a height or distance from the ground or another stated or understood base storms caused river levels to rise 同義詞
- ▪ a floor within a multistory building. 同義詞
- 2. a position on a real or imaginary scale of amount, quantity, extent, or quality a high level of unemployment debt rose to unprecedented levels 同義詞
- ▪ a social, moral, or intellectual standard at six he could play chess at an advanced level
- ▪ a position in a real or notional hierarchy a fairly junior level of management 同義詞
- 3. (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
- ▪ (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
- 4. a device consisting of a sealed glass tube partially filled with alcohol or other liquid, containing an air bubble whose position reveals whether a surface is perfectly level or plumb.
- ▪ an instrument for giving a horizontal line of sight.
- 5. a flat tract of land flooded levels
- 1. having a flat and even surface without slopes or bumps we had reached level ground 同義詞 反義詞
- ▪ (of a quantity of a dry substance) with the contents not rising above the brim of the measure a level teaspoon of salt
- 2. at the same height as someone or something else his eyes were level with hers 同義詞 反義詞
- 3. having the same relative position; not in front of or behind the car braked suddenly, then backed rapidly until it was level with me 同義詞 反義詞
- ▪ British having the same position or score in a contest the two teams finished level on points 同義詞 反義詞
- ▪ unchanged; not having risen or fallen earnings were level at 57 cents a share
- 4. calm and steady “Adrian,” she said in her most level voice 同義詞 反義詞
- 1. give a flat and even surface to contractors started leveling the ground for the new power station 同義詞
- ▪ demolish (a building or town) bulldozers are now waiting to level their home 同義詞 反義詞
- 2. begin to fly horizontally after climbing or diving he quickly leveled off at 1500 ft
- ▪ (of a path, road, or incline) cease to slope upward or downward the track leveled out, and there below us was the bay
- ▪ cease to fall or rise in number, amount, or quantity inflation has leveled out at an acceptable rate
- 3. British make (something, especially a score in sport) equal or similar Woods sliced the ball into the net to level the score 同義詞
- ▪ increase or reduce the amount, number, or quantity of something in order to remove a disparity.
- 4. aim (a weapon) he leveled a long-barreled pistol at us 同義詞
- ▪ direct (a criticism or accusation) accusations of corruption had been leveled against him
- 5. informal be frank or honest with (someone) when are you going to level with me? 同義詞
- 6. ascertain differences in the height of (land).
- a screw, typically one of three, for adjusting part of a machine or instrument to a precise level.
- a process of reaching a steady level after falling or rising: the market faces a levelling-off or decline in demand
- having or functioning on two levels; arranged on two planes: the unit's bi-level design keeps water in the sink
- a bi-level house: a three-bedroom bi-level
Oxford American Dictionary
- situated relatively near or below ground level: low-level flying was banned
Oxford American Dictionary
- at or of a level above that which is normal or average: a high-level cistern
- at or of a level below that which is normal or average: low-level flying was banned
- at or of a level above that which is normal or average: a high-level cistern high-level crop production
Oxford American Dictionary
- (of a building) having a room or rooms higher than others by less than a whole storey: a large split-level house
- a split-level building.
- 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
- having a flat, horizontal surface: we had reached level ground
- give a flat and even surface to: contractors started levelling the ground for the new power station
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