Having a flat and even surface without slopes or bumps
we had reached level ground
a large paved double courtyard that was level, despite the steep gradient of the hill
At the same height as someone or something else
his eyes were level with hers
Having the same relative position; not in front of or behind
the car braked suddenly, then backed rapidly until it was level with me
(of a quantity of a dry substance) With the contents not rising above the brim of the measure
a level teaspoon of salt
Unchanged; not having risen or fallen
earnings were level at 57 cents a share
Calm and steady
“Adrian,” she said in her most level voice
Give a flat and even surface to
contractors started leveling the ground for the new power station
Ascertain differences in the height of (land)
Demolish (a building or town)
bulldozers are now waiting to level their home
Begin to fly horizontally after climbing or diving
(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
Increase or reduce the amount, number, or quantity of something in order to remove a disparity
Aim (a weapon)
he leveled a long-barreled pistol at us
Direct (a criticism or accusation)
accusations of corruption had been leveled against him
Be frank or honest with (someone)
when are you going to level with me?
A position on a real or imaginary scale of amount, quantity, extent, or quality
a high level of unemployment
debt rose to unprecedented levels
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
A height or distance from the ground or another stated or understood base
storms caused river levels to rise
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
A flat tract of land
aim at; "level criticism or charges at somebody"
degree: a position on a scale of intensity or amount or quality; "a moderate grade of intelligence"; "a high level of care is required"; "it is all a matter of degree"
flat: having a surface without slope, tilt in which no part is higher or lower than another; "a flat desk"; "acres of level farmland"; "a plane surface"; "skirts sewn with fine flat seams"
grade: a relative position or degree of value in a graded group; "lumber of the highest grade"
not showing abrupt variations; "spoke in a level voice"; "she gave him a level look"- Louis Auchincloss
tear down so as to make flat with the ground; "The building was levelled"
A hierarchical query is a type of SQL query that handles hierarchical model data.
LEVEL is a computer and video games magazine originating in the Czech Republic with branches in Romania and Turkey. These three brother divisions occasionally exchange content. ...
Levél (Kaltenstein) is a village in Győr-Moson-Sopron county, Hungary.
A level (van der Merwe 1989, also "tonality level", Kubik's "tonal step", and John Blacking's "root progression") is a temporary modal frame contrasted with another temporary modal frame built on a different foundation note. ...
An experience point (often abbreviated to Exp or XP) is a unit of measurement used in many role-playing games (RPGs) and role-playing video games to quantify a player character's progression through the game. ...
"Level" is a song from the album Broken Boy Soldiers by The Raconteurs. According to the band's official website, it was released as a U.S. radio single. Sophie Muller directed the live video for this song. The audio was mixed by Kevin Shirley and assisted by Jared Kvitka at Document Room Studios.
A tool for finding whether a surface is level, or for creating a horizontal or vertical line of reference; A distance relative to a given reference elevation; Degree or amount; In an Internet post, an indication of the number of previous replies at which a portion of text was written; One of ...
Alternative spelling of A level
(Levelness) Generally, perforated plates are levelled once mechanically in order to keep their levelness within the DIN standards. Particularly in the case of
(Levels) The level of qualification in the National Qualifications Framework. Relates to both academic and vocational qualifications and should not be confused with NVQs. There is an entry level, then eight levels.
(7 Levels) receive commissions on referrals up to 7 levels deep.
(A levels) imaginary qualifications made up to get a better community service job. Alt: something very, very dirty.
(LEVELS) Each higher level requires more obstacles, faster times, fewer faults and more challenges which may take the form of traps or discriminations. NADAC emphasizes speed, AKC accuracy, USDAA requires a balance of speed with accuracy. CPE has 5 levels rather than the three in other venues. ...
(Levels (of performance)) Describe quality of work. In a tabular rubric, levels of performance are generally listed in columns. Exampls: Poor, Fair, Good.
(Levels) A dialogue in Photoshop which allows you to adjust brightness and contrast.
(Levels) A method of storing messages. Where messages are assigned a specific level and location within that level.
(Levels) A series of numbers typically from 1-10 determining the lightness or darkness of base hair color.
(Levels) Depths of sectioning in a paraffin block. Multiple levels through the thickness of a paraffin block are routinely taken and stained on biopsy specimens to assure that all detectible pathology is identified.
(Levels) Individual steps of brightness in an image. The Levels command in Photoshop allows adjustment of an images black and white points and mid-tone gamma in each individual color channel.