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ˈlɛv(ə)l Listen
  • a horizontal plane or line with respect to the distance above or below a given point.
    E.g. the front garden is on a level with this floor
  • a position on a scale of amount, quantity, extent, or quality.
    E.g. a high level of unemployment
  • (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.
    E.g. I've now reached level 106 on Candy Crush Saga
  • an instrument marked with a line parallel to the plane of the horizon for testing whether things are horizontal.
  • a flat tract of land.
    E.g. the Somerset Levels
  • having a flat, horizontal surface.
    E.g. we had reached level ground
  • at the same height as someone or something else.
    E.g. his eyes were level with hers
  • having the same relative position; not in front of or behind.
    E.g. the car backed rapidly until it was level with me
  • calm and steady.
    E.g. the cold, level gaze he had given her
  • give a flat and even surface to.
    E.g. contractors started levelling the ground for the new power station
  • make (something, especially a score in sport) equal or similar.
    E.g. Woods sliced the ball into the net to level the score
  • aim (a weapon).
    E.g. he levelled a pistol at us
  • ascertain differences in the height of (land).

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