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English definition of “level”

level

adjective (EQUAL)    /ˈlev.əl/
having the same value, amount, number of points, etc.: The unions are fighting to keep wages level (US usually even) with inflation. Pieretti would have to win the next three stages in order to draw level with (= reach the same position as) Le Sage in the Tour de France.Peaceful and tranquil levelly     /-i/ adverb He looked levelly (= calmly and without excitement) across at me.Calm and relaxed
(Definition of level adjective (EQUAL) from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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