Associations to the word «Level»
LEVEL, adjective. The same height at all places; parallel to a flat ground.
LEVEL, adjective. At the same height as some reference; constructed as level with.
LEVEL, adjective. Unvaried in frequency.
LEVEL, adjective. Calm.
LEVEL, adjective. In the same position or rank.
LEVEL, adjective. Straightforward; direct; clear.
LEVEL, adjective. Well balanced; even; just; steady; impartial.
LEVEL, adjective. (phonetics) Of even tone; without rising or falling inflection.
LEVEL, noun. A tool for finding whether a surface is level, or for creating a horizontal or vertical line of reference.
LEVEL, noun. A distance relative to a given reference elevation.
LEVEL, noun. Degree or amount.
LEVEL, noun. (computer science) Distance from the root node of a tree structure.
LEVEL, noun. (video games) One of several discrete segments of a game generally increasing in difficulty. Often numbered. Often, each level occupies different physical space (levels don't require any direct physical relationship to each other, e.g. vertically stacked, horizontally chained, etc).
LEVEL, noun. (role-playing games) (video games) A numeric value that quantifies a character's experience and power.
LEVEL, noun. A floor of a multi-storey building.
LEVEL, noun. (British) An area of almost perfectly flat land.
LEVEL, verb. To adjust so as to make as flat or perpendicular to the ground as possible.
LEVEL, verb. To destroy by reducing to ground level; to raze.
LEVEL, verb. (gaming) To progress to the next level.
LEVEL, verb. To aim or direct (a weapon, a stare, an accusation, etc).
LEVEL, verb. (sports) (games) To make the score of a game equal.
LEVEL, verb. (nonstandard) (rare) To levy.
LEVEL, verb. (figurative) To bring to a common level or plane, in respect of rank, condition, character, privilege, etc.
LEVEL, verb. To adjust or adapt to a certain level.
LEVEL BEST, noun. (idiomatic) The very best that one can do
LEVEL CAP, noun. (video games) The maximum attainable level of the player character, often in role-playing video games. Level caps may be raised in subsequent playthroughs or expansion packs/downloadable content.
LEVEL CAPS, noun. Plural of level cap
LEVEL CROSSING, noun. (chiefly British) An at-grade crossing between a railway line and an ordinary road, with rails and road at the same level.
LEVEL CROSSINGS, noun. Plural of level crossing
LEVEL HEADED, adjective. Alternative spelling of level-headed
LEVEL JUNCTION, noun. (rail transport) An at-grade junction between two crossing railroad tracks.
LEVEL OFF, verb. (intransitive) (idiomatic) to get to a stable level, to cease oscillating
LEVEL PEGGING, adjective. (of two contestants) equal (having the same number of points, or being in the same position)
LEVEL PLAYING FIELD, noun. A situation which offers no advantage to any particular side or group or person
LEVEL SET, noun. (analysis) The set of values x for which a real-valued function f(x) is equal to a given constant.
LEVEL SET, verb. (business) To establish a baseline of mutual understanding
LEVEL SET, noun. (business) An event consisting of level setting
LEVEL SET, noun. (business) A state of mutual understanding among parties
LEVEL SPOON, noun. A spoonful in which the contents of the spoon are not heaped up above the spoon's rim
LEVEL STAFF, noun. (surveying) (archaeology) A graduated rod used by surveyors to measure differences in level.
LEVEL UP, verb. (gaming) (video games) To progress to the next level of player character stats and abilities, often by acquiring experience points in role-playing games.
LEVEL, noun. 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".
LEVEL, noun. A relative position or degree of value in a graded group; "lumber of the highest grade".
LEVEL, noun. A specific identifiable position in a continuum or series or especially in a process; "a remarkable degree of frankness"; "at what stage are the social sciences?".
LEVEL, noun. Height above ground; "the water reached ankle level"; "the pictures were at the same level".
LEVEL, noun. Indicator that establishes the horizontal when a bubble is centered in a tube of liquid.
LEVEL, noun. A flat surface at right angles to a plumb line; "park the car on the level".
LEVEL, noun. An abstract place usually conceived as having depth; "a good actor communicates on several levels"; "a simile has at least two layers of meaning"; "the mind functions on many strata simultaneously".
LEVEL, noun. A structure consisting of a room or set of rooms at a single position along a vertical scale; "what level is the office on?".
LEVEL, verb. Aim at; "level criticism or charges at somebody".
LEVEL, verb. Tear down so as to make flat with the ground; "The building was levelled".
LEVEL, verb. Make level or straight; "level the ground".
LEVEL, verb. Direct into a position for use; "point a gun"; "He charged his weapon at me".
LEVEL, verb. Talk frankly with; lay it on the line; "I have to level with you".
LEVEL, verb. Become level or even; "The ground levelled off".
LEVEL, adjective. 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".
LEVEL, adjective. Not showing abrupt variations; "spoke in a level voice"; "she gave him a level look"- Louis Auchincloss.
LEVEL, adjective. Being on a precise horizontal plane; "a billiard table must be level".
LEVEL, adjective. Oriented at right angles to the plumb; "the picture is level".
LEVEL, adjective. Of the score in a contest; "the score is tied".
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