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Level — synonyms, level antonyms, definition

1. level (a)

29 synonyms
balanced equable equal equivalent erect even exact flat flush horizontal lay low parallel perpendicular plain plane plumb prone rectilinear regular • • •

2. level (Noun)

51 synonym
balance caste category class classification deck degree dignity division echelon elevation equality equilibrium equivalence expanse flat floor grade hatch horizontal surface • • •
8 definitions

level (Noun) — A position on a scale of intensity, amount or quality. ex. "a high level of care is required"

level (Noun) — A relative position or degree of value in a graded group. ex. "lumber of the highest level"

level (Noun) — A specific identifiable position in a continuum, series or especially in a process. ex. "a remarkable level of frankness"

level (Noun) — Height above ground. ex. "the water reached ankle level" ex. "the pictures were at the same level"

level (Noun) — Indicator that establishes the horizontal when a bubble is centred in a tube of liquid.

level (Noun) — A flat surface at right angles to a plumb line. ex. "park the car on the level"

level (Noun) — An abstract place usually conceived as having depth. ex. "a good actor communicates on several levels"

level (Noun) — A structure consisting of a room or set of rooms at a single position along a vertical scale. ex. "what level is the office on?"

10 types of
altitude construction height indicator place property rank state structure surface
65 types
A level GCSE General Certificate of Secondary Education O level SPF acme advanced level amplitude level attic basement biosafety level caliber calibre cellar climax college level depth elevation end point entresol • • •
4 parts of
building carpenter's level edifice surveyor's level
4 see also
high intense low mild

3. level (Verb)

59 synonyms
abolish aim charge clean clear collect demolish depress destroy dig direct dismantle down equalise equalize eradicate even even out exterminate face • • •
1 antonym
6 definitions

level (Verb) — Aim at. ex. "level criticism or charges at somebody"

level (Verb) — Tear down so as to make flat with the ground. ex. "When a force occupies an enemy fortress, it may level the fortifications"

level (Verb) — Make level or straight. ex. "level the ground"

level (Verb) — Direct into a position for use. ex. "It is important to look through the scope for some vertical or horizontal reference and to consciously level your gun"

level (Verb) — Talk frankly with; lay it on the line. ex. "I have to level with you"

level (Verb) — Become level or even.

12 types of
aim change surface destroy destruct direct speak spifflicate spiflicate take take aim talk train
4 types
bulldoze grade strickle strike

4. level (Adjective)

2 synonyms
tied unwavering
5 definitions

level (Adjective) — Having a surface without slope, tilt in which no part is higher or lower than another. ex. "acres of level farmland"

level (Adjective) — Not showing abrupt variations. ex. "spoke in a level voice" ex. "she gave him a level look"

level (Adjective) — Being on a precise horizontal plane. ex. "a billiard table must be level"

level (Adjective) — Oriented at right angles to the plumb. ex. "the picture is level"

level (Adjective) — Of the score in a contest. ex. "the score is level"