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level off

phrasal verb with level us   /ˈlev·əl/ verb [T]
to stop increasing or being reduced: The price of gas has finally leveled off after rising for several months. The plane descended to 18,000 feet before leveling off.
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level off

also level out
phrasal verb with level uk   /ˈlevəl/ us   verb UK -ll, US -l-
if a rate or amount levels off, it stops rising or falling and stays at the same level: Share prices are beginning to level off after the sharp rises of recent months.level off/out at sth The bank expects that growth will level off at 2.5% next spring. We assume rates will level out at 5.25%.
(Definition of level off from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “level off”
in Chinese (Simplified) 保持稳定(不再波动)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 保持穩定(不再波動)…
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