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level /ˈlevəl/ noun [countable]
level adjective


همسطح کردن ، همسطح ، ارتفاع ، رده ، سطح افقی افقی کردن ، هدف در خط دید شما قرارگرفت (در رهگیری هوایی) ، میزان ، الت ترازگیری ، هموار ، سطح برابر ، هم تراز ، هم پایه ، یک نواخت ، یک دست ، موزون ، هدف گیری ، ترازسازی ، تراز کردن ، مسطح کردن ، مسطح شدن ، نشانه گرفتن ، علوم مهندسی: مسطح ، کامپیوتر: میزان ، عمران: تراز ، معماری: تراز بنایی ، شیمی: تراز ، زیست شناسی: تراز ، بازرگانی: میزان ، علوم هوایی: سطح ، علوم نظامی: مستقیم ، هدف در خط دید شما قرارگرفت

: level (to)

معماری: تراز کردن
مهندسی صنایع: سطح ، تراز ، میزان مهندسی صنایع: نیروی انسانی: سطح الکترونیک: سطح ، میزان ، کامپیوتر: تراز ، زیست شناسی: سطح ، تراز ، شیمی: همسطح کردن ، تراز کردن ، تراز ، همسطح ، سطح ، ارتفاع ، مسطح ، علوم مهندسی: سطح ، میزان ، بازرگانی: سطح ، هواپیمایی: تراز بنایی ، معماری: رده ، سطح ، پایه ، تراز ، سطح افقی افقی کردن ، تراز کردن ، مستقیم ، پدافند هوایی : ، هدف در خط دید شما قرارگرفت ، در رهگیری هوایی ، : علوم نظامی: سطح ، تراز ، عمران: تراز، سطح ، میزان ، الت ترازگیری ، هموار، سطح برابر، هم تراز، هم پایه ، یک نواخت ، یک دست ، موزون ، هدف گیری ، ترازسازی ، تراز کردن ، مسطح کردن ، مسطح شدن ، نشانه گرفتن کامپیوتر: سطح

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

level
[adjective]
Synonyms:
- horizontal, flat
- even, consistent, plain, smooth, uniform
- equal, balanced, commensurate, comparable, equivalent, even, neck and neck, on a par, proportionate
[verb]
Synonyms:
- flatten, even off or out, plane, smooth
- equalize, balance, even up
- raze, bulldoze, demolish, destroy, devastate, flatten, knock down, pull down, tear down
- direct, aim, focus, point, train
[noun]
Synonyms:
- position, achievement, degree, grade, rank, stage, standard, standing, status
- on the level: honest, above board, fair, genuine, square, straight
Contrasted words: bumpy, irregular, lumpy, uneven, unaligned, unparallel, changing, varying, fluctuating, rolling, swaying, undulating, coarse, rough
Related Words: akin, alike, identical, like, parallel, similar, uniform, aligned, regular, equal, equivalent, same
English Thesaurus: amount, quantity, volume, level, proportion, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. level1 S1 W1 /ˈlevəl/ noun [countable]
[Date: 1300-1400; Language: Old French; Origin: livel, from Latin libella, from libra 'weight, balance']

1. AMOUNT the amount or degree of something, compared to another amount or degree:
Inflation fell to its lowest level in 30 years.
level of
Increased supplies are needed to meet the level of demand.
Dolphins show a high level of intelligence.

2. STANDARD a particular standard of skill or ability, for example in education or sport
at ... level
Students at this level may have problems with basic grammar.
What level do you think you’re at?
beginner/advanced/national etc level
Few athletes can compete at international level.
an advanced-level coursebookA level

3. HEIGHT the height of something in relation to the ground or to another object
at ... level
Your arms should be at the same level as your desk.
eye/knee/shoulder etc level (=the same height as your eyes etc)
Skirts this year are just above knee level.
water/oil etc level (=the height of the water etc from the ground or the bottom of a container)
Check the water level in the car radiator.ground level, sea level

4. FLOOR/GROUND a floor or area of ground that is at a particular height, especially when you can go up or down to other floors or areas
on ... level
Didn’t we park the car on Level 2?
The town is built on different levels.
The medical center is on one level (=so that you do not have to go up or down).split-level

5. RANK OF JOB a particular position in a system that has different ranks of importance
at ... level
Training is offered at each level in the department.
at board/management/senior etc level
Further talks at ministerial level were held.high-level, low-level

6. WAY OF UNDERSTANDING a way of considering or understanding something
on ... level
The story can be understood on many different levels.
on a personal/practical/superficial etc level
I agree with you, but only on a theoretical level.

7. at local/state/national etc level happening within a small area or the whole area of a state, country etc:
These changes are taking place at regional level.

8. be on the level informal to be honest and legal:
This is all on the level, right?

9. descend/sink to sb’s level to behave as badly as someone:
If you hit him back, you’ll only be descending to his level.

10. TOOL a tool used for checking that a surface is flat Synonym : spirit-level

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. level2 S1 W2 adjective

1. flat and not sloping in any direction:
The floors in the old house were not completely level.
a level surface suitable for wheelchairs

2.
a) two things that are level are at the same height as each other
level with
Your eyes should be level with the top of the screen.
The curtains aren’t quite level.
b) British English two sports teams, competitors etc that are level have the same number of points
level with
Before the weekend, Madrid was level with Barcelona.
They finished level, with ten points each.level-pegging
c) having the same value or position as something or someone else
level with
Borrowing rates rose to over 8%, roughly level with those in America.
He cycled along beside her, keeping level.

3. a level playing field a situation in which different people, companies, countries etc can all compete fairly because no one has special advantages:
Small businesses want to compete on a level playing field with larger ones.

4. do your level best (to do something) to try as hard as possible to do something:
I’ll do my level best to help you.

5. level voice/look/gaze a steady voice, look etc that shows you are calm or determined

6. level teaspoon/cup etc (of something) an amount of a substance that fills a spoon, cup etc to the top but no more, used as a measure in cooking ⇒ heaped:
Add one level teaspoon of salt.draw level at draw1(11)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

III. level3 verb (past tense and past participle levelled, present participle levelling British English, leveled, leveling American English)

1. [transitive] (also level something ↔ off/out) to make something flat and smooth:
Workers leveled the wet concrete with a piece of wood.
Cover with a layer of sand and level it off.

2. [transitive] to knock down or destroy a building or area completely:
Bombs levelled a large part of the town.

3. [intransitive and transitive] British English to make the score in a game or competition equal:
He slipped the ball into the net to level the score at 1/1.
United went ahead but the visitors levelled in the 73rd minute.

4. level the playing field to make a situation in which people are competing fair, with no one having special advantages

5. level criticism/charges/accusations etc at/against somebody to aim criticism etc at a particular person, country etc, especially publicly:
the criticism levelled at the United States
Serious allegations were levelled against the minister.
level something at somebody/something phrasal verb
to aim something such as a weapon at someone or something:
Slowly he levelled his gun at the tiger.
level off/out phrasal verb

1. to stop going up or down and continue at the same height:
After climbing steeply, the path levelled off.
The plane levelled out at 30,000 feet.

2. to stop rising or falling and become steady:
Inflation has begun to level off.

3. level something ↔ off/out to make something flat and smooth
level with somebody phrasal verb informal
to speak honestly to someone, after hiding some unpleasant facts from them:
She decided to level with him and tell him how she felt.
be on the level at level1(8)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

level
adj.
I. with no part higher than any other
VERBS be, look, seem | get sth, keep sth Make sure you get the shelf level before screwing it in. Keep the pot level, or you'll spill the coffee.
ADV. absolutely, completely The floor has got to be absolutely level.
approximately, more or less

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

level
II. at the same height/position as sth
VERBS be | come, draw As they reached the final bend, Graham drew level and threatened too overtake him.
ADV. almost
PREP. with The top of the water came level with her chin.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

level
noun
I. amount/size/number
ADJ. high, record, significant, substantial Industrial output has reached record levels.
increasing, rising | excessive Excessive levels of lead were found in the water.
low | decreasing, falling | varying keen amateurs who work hard, with varying levels of success
generous a generous level of financial support for the arts
permitted, recommended, required permitted levels of chemical pollutants
acceptable, adequate, necessary, normal, realistic, reasonable, safe an acceptable level of risk Her blood pressure has returned to its normal level.
dangerous, unacceptable | worst the worst level of business failure since 1997
noise, pollution, radiation | crime | blood-sugar, cholesterol, hormone, etc. | stress
VERB + LEVEL achieve, reach They have achieved higher levels of efficiency. Crime has reached its highest level ever.
remain at She predicts that fuel prices will remain at current levels.
improve, increase, raise | maintain | bring down, control, decrease, keep down, lower, reduce | change | set Emissions are well below the levels set by the World Health Authority.
exceed There will be stiff penalties if companies exceed these levels of pollution.
LEVEL + VERB go up, rise, soar | fall, go down, plummet | change, vary
PREP. above a/the ~ Mortgage rates were 10% above their current level.
at a/the ~ Rents will be kept at this level for another year.
below a/the ~ Radiation is well below the permitted level.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

level
II. stage of progress/standard
ADJ. basic, elementary, low The teaching is at quite a basic level.
entry They have a good range of entry-level computers for beginners.
intermediate | advanced, high Her illness has reached an advanced level.
degree | difficulty The difficulty level of the exercises in the book varies widely.
fitness a sport suitable for people of all fitness levels
VERB + LEVEL attain, reach students who have reached the intermediate level
complete, do, take You need to do all three levels to qualify as a canteen supervisor.
PREP. above a/the ~ His English is way above the level of the other students.
at a/the ~ students at intermediate level She has played tennis at a high level.
below a/the ~ The book is not suitable for students below degree level.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

level
III. grade in an organization or structure
ADJ. high, upper the upper levels of the civil service
low | senior | global, international, local, national, regional | grass-roots The party needs to win support at grass-roots level.
ministerial | board These decisions are made at board level.
VERB + LEVEL reach, rise to He rose to the level of general manager.
PREP. at a/the ~ At the local level there's a lot to be said for the plan.
on a/the ~ The thing has got to be organized on an international level.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

level
IV. way of considering sth
ADJ. conscious, unconscious At a conscious level, I was quite satisfied with my life.
deep | superficial | detailed We probably need to look at this problem at a more detailed level.
general | practical | theoretical | political
PREP. at a/the ~, on a/the ~ On a superficial level everything appears to be in order, but at a deeper level you an see that there's a lot wrong.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

level
V. height
ADJ. high, low | ground, sea, water the problem of rising sea levels
eye a shelf at eye level
VERB + LEVEL adjust, change, lower, raise They are going to raise the level of the banks to prevent flooding.
PREP. above a/the ~ 200m above sea level
at a/the ~ The plane was flying at a very low level.
below a/the ~ below the level of the cloud
on a ~ with On the second floor you are on a level with the treetops.
to a/the ~ The water rose to the level of the ground floor windows.
PHRASES a change in/of level

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

level
VI. floor in a building
ADJ. ground, lower | higher, top, upper
PREP. on a/the ~ Are we on the right level for the restaurant?
to a/the ~ Take the lift to Level Four.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

level

high
The level of salt in his diet was too high.
low
The level of violent crime is lower than ten years ago.
a record level (=the highest ever level)
Sales have reached record levels.
noise/pollution levels
Noise levels are unacceptably high.
price/income/wage levels
Wage levels had failed to keep up with inflation.
stress level
I find exercise helps with my stress levels.
energy/fitness level
Her fitness level is better than that of most 20-year-olds.
a level rises/goes up/increases
The level of unemployment has increased.
a level falls/goes down/decreases
Pollution levels have fallen slightly.
achieve/reach a level
China’s imports of wheat reached record levels.
remain/stay at a level
The fees are likely to remain at current levels.
maintain a level
It's difficult to maintain the same level of physical fitness.
increase a level
Healthy eating can increase your energy level.
reduce a level
He made an effort to reduce his stress levels.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

level
noun
1.
BAD: These courses are taught in postgraduate level.
GOOD: These courses are taught at postgraduate level.
BAD: The volume of the radio should be kept in a low level.
GOOD: The volume of the radio should be kept at a low level.

Usage Note:
at a particular level (NOT in ) = having a particular degree of intensity, power, proficiency etc: 'Students at this level need individual tuition.' 'Talks are being held at the highest level.'
Compare: 'James likes school. He's now in Level 3.' (= in a class at Level 3)

2.
BAD: People in developed countries have a higher level of living.
GOOD: People in developed countries have a higher standard of living.

Usage Note:
When you are talking about the quality of something, the usual word is standard : 'All his work is of a very high standard.' 'Our company accepts only the highest standards of workmanship.'

3.
BAD: What will we do if the sea level continues to increase?
GOOD: What will we do if the sea level continues to rise?

Usage Note:
See note at INCREASE 2 (increase)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors

level
ˈlevl
See: on the level

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary


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