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level off

phrasal verb with level uk   us   /ˈlev.əl/ verb [T] (-ll- or US usually -l-)
If a rate or amount levels off, it stops rising or falling and stays at the same level: House prices now seem to be levelling off after the steep rises of the last few years. Unemployment rose to ten percent and then levelled off.
Translations of “level off”
in Chinese (Traditional) 保持穩定(不再波動)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 保持稳定(不再波动)…
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