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English definition of “level”

level

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈlevəl/
HEIGHT B2 the height of something: the water levelMeasurements in general
AMOUNT B2 the amount or number of something: The level of iron in her blood was too low. Chess requires a high level of concentration.Measurements in generalNumerical relationships
ABILITY A2 someone's ability compared to other people: Students at this level need a lot of help.Quality and standard
FLOOR a floor in a building: The store had three levels. → See also A level, a level playing field, sea levelFloors and parts of floors
(Definition of level noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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