level / ˈlɛv əl /


level6 个定义

adj. 形容词 adjective
  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 one thing with another or two or more things with one another.
n. 名词 noun
  1. a device used for determining or adjusting something to a horizontal surface.
  2. Surveying. Also called sur·vey·or's lev·el. an instrument for observing levels, having a sighting device, usually telescopic, and capable of being made precisely horizontal.an observation made with this instrument.spirit level.
  3. an imaginary line or surface everywhere at right angles to the plumb line.
v. 有主动词 verb

lev·eled, lev·el·ing or lev·elled, lev·el·ling.

  1. to make level, even, or flat: to level ground before building.
  2. to raise or lower to a particular level or position; to make horizontal.
  3. to bring to the level of the ground; raze: They leveled the trees to make way for the new highway.
v. 无主动词 verb

lev·eled, lev·el·ing or lev·elled, lev·el·ling.

  1. to bring things or persons to a common level.
  2. to aim a weapon, criticism, etc., at a mark or objective.
  3. Surveying. to take a level.to use a leveling instrument.
adv. 副词 adverb
  1. Obsolete. in a level, direct, or even way or line.
v. 动词组 verb
  1. level off, Aeronautics.to maintain a constant altitude after a climb or descent.to become stable; reach a constant or limit.to make even or smooth.
  2. level up, to obtain a higher character level or skill rank, or improve the quality or performance statistics of an object, as a weapon.to perform at a higher standard than expected, or show vast improvement: It’s possible for a small business to level up and land big clients.Your date is smokin’ hot—way to level up, bro!

level 近义词

adj. 形容词 adjective

smooth, balanced

n. 名词 noun

horizontal position or thing

n. 名词 noun

rank, position

v. 动词 verb

make even

v. 动词 verb

destroy, demolish

v. 动词 verb

be honest

v. 动词 verb

aim, direct


  • level best
  • level off
  • level with someone
  • do one's (level) best
  • on the level


  1. Democrats successfully argued for the case to be decided first at the state level.
  2. There was no better pitcher in Major League Baseball over the last two seasons than Jacob deGrom,3 and in this shortened season he had taken his performance to another level.
  3. On another level, I’m pleased by the many people who have worked for me and who will take these references and put their blend into it.
  4. However, adopting Total Investment Impact would require a level of trust that advertisers may be reticent to give.
  5. First, the Apple Watch Series 6, starting at $400, includes a new blood-oxygen-level sensor, an altimeter to measure altitude, and a newer faster processor branded the S6.
  6. If she got caught with a shank, they would up her custody level.
  7. However, the Air Force is so strapped for people that the ratio has dropped below even that reduced level.
  8. “The level of outside support… has not been sufficient enough for them to distance themselves from al Nusra,” Cafarella said.
  9. Occasionally, a level will take 20 or more strokes to complete.
  10. Summonses for low-level offenses like public drinking and urination fell 94 percent—from 4,831 to 300.
  11. "Here's my authority, yuh blasted runt," he yelled, and jerked his six-shooter to a level with the policeman's breast.
  12. Yet a child coming under the humanising influences of culture soon gets far away from the level of the savage.
  13. The height of the tower from the level of the street is 105 feet, the slated towers over the lateral pediments being smaller.
  14. We were about nine hours of fair daylight traversing 160 miles of level or descending grade, with a light passenger train.
  15. By its operation Gordon Wright, the most sensible man of our acquaintance, is reduced to the level of infancy!