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entry-level

adjective [before noun] uk   us   /ˈen.triˌlev.əl/
at or relating to the lowest level of an organization, type of work, etc.: entry-level jobs/workers/salaries used to describe a product that is cheaper or simpler than other similar products, and therefore suitable for someone who has not used or bought one before: an entry-level model/machine/PC
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