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  • 41 Level 42 — Infobox musical artist 2 Name = Level 42 Img capt = Level 42 in 1988: The Late Alan Murphy (Guitar), Mike Lindup (Keyboards/Vocals), Mark King (Bass/Vocals), Gary Husband (Drums). Background = group or band Origin = Isle of Wight, England… …

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  • 42 level — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun 1 amount/size/number ADJECTIVE ▪ elevated, high, significant, substantial ▪ record ▪ Industrial output has reached record levels. ▪ …

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  • 43 level — lev|el1 W1S1 [ˈlevəl] n ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(amount)¦ 2¦(standard)¦ 3¦(height)¦ 4¦(floor/ground)¦ 5¦(rank of job)¦ 6¦(way of understanding)¦ 7 at local/state/national etc level 8 a level playing field 9 be on the level …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 44 level — lev|el1 [ levl ] noun *** ▸ 1 amount ▸ 2 standard/status ▸ 3 part/stage of system ▸ 4 floor in building ▸ 5 for checking if flat ▸ 6 particular height ▸ 7 way of understanding something ▸ + PHRASES 1. ) count the amount of something, especially… …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 45 level — I UK [ˈlev(ə)l] / US noun Word forms level : singular level plural levels *** 1) [countable] the amount of something, especially when it can be counted or measured Unemployment is now at its lowest level for 15 years. level of: The level of… …

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  • 46 level — Used in the context of general equities. Price measure of an indication. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary * * * ▪ I. level lev‧el 1 [ˈlevl] noun 1. [countable] the measured amount of something that exists at a particular time or in a particular… …

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  • 47 level — [[t]le̱v(ə)l[/t]] ♦ levels, levelling, levelled (in AM, use leveling, leveled) 1) N COUNT: with supp A level is a point on a scale, for example a scale of amount, quality, or difficulty. If you don t know your cholesterol level, it s a good idea… …

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  • 48 level — 1 / levFl/ noun (C) 1 AMOUNT a) the measured amount of something that exists at a particular time or in a particular place: Inflation had dropped to its lowest level in 30 years. (+ of): concern about the level of carbon monoxide in the air |… …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 49 level — levelly, adv. levelness, n. /lev euhl/, adj., n., v., leveled, leveling or (esp. Brit.) levelled, levelling, adv. adj. 1. having no part higher than another; having a flat or even surface. 2. being in a plane parallel to the plane of the horizon; …

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  • 50 level — I adj. level with (to draw level with; level with the street) II n. height plane 1) to reach a level 2) a high; low level 3) an energy; poverty level 4) eye; ground; sea; water level 5) the federal (US), national; international; local; state (US) …

    Combinatory dictionary

  • 51 level — lev•el [[t]ˈlɛv əl[/t]] adj. n. v. eled, el•ing (esp. brit.) elled, el•ling. 1) having no part higher than another; having a flat or even surface 2) being in a plane parallel to the plane of the horizon; horizontal 3) equal, as in height,… …

    From formal English to slang

  • 52 level — /ˈlɛvəl / (say levuhl) adjective 1. having no part higher than another; having an even surface. 2. being in a plane parallel to the plane of the horizon; horizontal. 3. on an equality, as one thing with another, or two or more things with one… …

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  • 53 level — I. noun Etymology: Middle English, plumb line, from Anglo French livel, from Vulgar Latin *libellum, alteration of Latin libella, from diminutive of libra weight, balance Date: 14th century 1. a device for establishing a horizontal line or plane… …

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  • 54 level — n., adj., & v. n. 1 a horizontal line or plane. 2 a height or value reached, a position on a real or imaginary scale (eye level; sugar level in the blood; danger level). 3 a social, moral, or intellectual standard. 4 a plane of rank or authority… …

    Useful english dictionary

  • 55 level — {{11}}level (adj.) early 15c., from LEVEL (Cf. level) (n.). To do one s level best is from 1851. {{12}}level (n.) mid 14c., tool to indicate a horizontal line, from O.Fr. livel a level (13c.), ultimately from L. libella a balance, level, dim. of… …

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  • 56 level*/*/*/ — [ˈlev(ə)l] noun I 1) [C] the amount of something that exists at a particular time Unemployment is now at its lowest level for 15 years.[/ex] Many people have to cope with high levels of stress at work.[/ex] 2) [C] the height of something in a… …

    Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • 57 Level-5 — Infobox Company company name = LEVEL 5 Inc. company company type = Private foundation = October 1998 location = Fukuoka, Japan key people = Akihiro Hino, President and CEO Yasuhiro Akasaka, Lead Director industry = Video Game Industry products =… …

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  • 58 level — 01. You will need to work hard, and do all your homework if you want to pass into the next [level] in our program. 02. You should have your cholesterol [level] checked from time to time. 03. People in Honolulu are very friendly on a superficial… …

    Grammatical examples in English

  • 59 Level Up — Infobox Television show name = Level Up caption = format = Childrens, Entertainment camera = picture format = audio format = runtime = 60 minutes creator = BBC developer = executive producer = presenter = Sam Nixon Mark Rhodes Ayesha Asantewaa… …

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  • 60 level — 1. adjective 1) a smooth and level surface Syn: flat, smooth, even, uniform, plane, flush, plumb Ant: uneven, bumpy 2) he kept his voice level Syn …

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