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Having a flat, horizontal surface
“We were told we couldn't have an oven in our boat because it needs a level surface.”
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Having a smooth, unbroken surface
“Please ensure the stage is level to prevent any accidents or injury to the dancers.”
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Calm and steady
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“As the journalist probed further, the senator's level voice began to tighten with exasperation.”
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Having the same position or amount, especially scores in a contest
“Both teams were level on points at the first interval.”
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At the same height as someone or something else
“Barnaby craned his neck to stare up at the giraffe's face, which was level with the first-floor balcony.”
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Well balanced
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“We need to put aside our biases to arrive at a level decision on this matter.”
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Lying down, horizontal or flat
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With evenly matched competitors (as per the score or result)
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Lasting and not likely to experience any sudden changes or failure
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Shiny as a result of being rubbed
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Flat
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(of a person) Honest and frank in nature
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A height or distance from the ground or given base
“Melting ice sheets are speeding up the already fast pace of sea level rise.”
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A position in a hierarchy
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“He hoped to reach the level of partner at the law firm through hard work.”
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A position on a scale of amount, quantity, extent, or quality
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“What would be a commendable level of success by your standards?”
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A floor within a multi-story building
“Meet me on the third level of the building where my office is located.”
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(Britain) An area of almost perfectly flat land
“The steed showed excellent form on the level.”
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A given aspect, feature, or detail
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The degree of intensity of a feeling or belief
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Each of a succession of stages, especially in a competition
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A standard by which something is evaluated or measured
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The quality of being particularly good or worthy, especially so as to deserve praise or reward
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A state of little or no change following a period of activity or progress
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A layer or a series of layers of rock in the ground
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A stage in a gradual process
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The condition of being equal or equivalent in value, worth, function, etc
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The speed with which something moves or happens
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The limit or quantitative point at which an action is triggered
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A porch
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A situation, typically one involving opposing parties, in which no progress can be made
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A large area of flat land with few trees
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To make or give a flat and even surface to
“Use your fist to level the dough, then cover it with a wet towel and let it rise.”
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To make flat or level to the ground
“Dewey has bought himself a little hatchet and will commence at once to level the tall oaks as in days of yore.”
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To demolish completely
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“We will need to level the two buildings to make way for new developments.”
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To be honest
“The police superintendent urged Jessie to level with him about what really happened that night.”
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To aim or direct an object at
“She would level her camera towards the sunset, hoping to take the perfect shot.”
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To knock to the ground
“He's a professional fighter that can level his opponent with a single blow.”
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To make equal
“Stefan drained a deep three to level the scores.”
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To match or rival in performance or extent
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Remove forcibly from power
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To render smooth, to remove roughness from
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To counteract or equal the effect or importance of
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To hold (an object or objects) precariously
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To diffuse, radiate or give off
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To focus on, usually of one's vision or thoughts
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To apply a surface or layer to something, especially for protection
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Straighten out
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To hit or strike someone or something
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(of an abstract quality) To assign to someone or something
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To be compatible or consistent with
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To give an account of
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To impart information or knowledge
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Make or become straight
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To collapse or cave in, especially suddenly
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To push steadily downward or against with some force
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To lean at an angle
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To smooth or level out by rubbing or applying friction