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Definitions of LEVEL in various dictionaries:
- noun - a position on a scale of intensity or amount or quality
- noun - a relative position or degree of value in a graded group
- noun - a specific identifiable position in a continuum or series or especially in a process
- noun - height above ground
- noun - indicator that establishes the horizontal when a bubble is centered in a tube of liquid
- noun - a flat surface at right angles to a plumb line
- noun - an abstract place usually conceived as having depth
- noun - a structure consisting of a room or set of rooms at a single position along a vertical scale
- verb - aim at
- verb - tear down so as to make flat with the ground
- verb - make level or straight
- verb - direct into a position for use
- verb - talk frankly with
- verb - become level or even
- adj - having a surface without slope, tilt in which no part is higher or lower than another
- adj - not showing abrupt variations
- adj - being on a precise horizontal plane
- adj - oriented at right angles to the plumb
- adj - of the score in a contest
- Relative position or rank on a scale: the local level of government; studying at the graduate level.
- A relative degree, as of achievement, intensity, or concentration: an unsafe level of toxicity; a high level of frustration.
- A natural or proper position, place, or stage: I finally found my own level in the business world.
- Position along a vertical axis; height or depth: a platform at knee level.
- A horizontal line or plane at right angles to the plumb.
- The position or height of such a line or plane.
- A flat, horizontal surface.
- A land area of uniform elevation.
- An instrument for ascertaining whether a surface is horizontal, vertical, or at a 45 angle, consisting essentially of an encased, liquid-filled tube containing an air bubble that moves to a center window when the instrument is set on an even plane.
- Such a device combined with a telescope and used in surveying.
- A computation of the difference in elevation between two points by using such a device.
- A bit, an element, a channel, or a row of information.
- Having a flat, smooth surface.
- Being on a horizontal plane.
- Being at the same height or position as another; even.
- Being at the same degree of rank, standing, or advantage as another; equal.
- Exhibiting no abrupt variations; steady: spoke in a level tone.
- Rational and balanced; sensible: came to a level appraisal of the situation; keeps a level head in an emergency.
- Filled evenly to the top: a level tablespoon of cough medicine.
- To make horizontal, flat, or even: leveled the driveway with a roller; leveled off the hedges with the clippers.
- To tear down; raze.
- To knock down with or as if with a blow: The challenger leveled the champion with a mighty uppercut.
- To place on the same level; equalize.
- To aim along a horizontal plane: leveled the gun at the target.
- To direct emphatically or forcefully toward someone: leveled charges of dishonesty.
- To measure the different elevations of (a tract of land) with a level.
- To bring persons or things to an equal level; equalize.
- To aim a weapon horizontally.
- To be frank and open: advised the suspect to level with the authorities.
- To move toward stability or consistency: Prices leveled off.
- These adjectives are applicable to surfaces without irregularities in the form of elevations or depressions.
- adj - flat and smooth
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