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sea level

noun [no plural]
 
/ˈsiː ˌlevəl/
the level of the sea’s surface, used to measure the height of an area of land: The town is 500 feet above sea level.
Translations of “sea level”
in Korean 해수면…
in Arabic سَطح البَحر…
in Portuguese nível do mar…
in Catalan nivell del mar…
in Japanese 海水面, 海水位…
in Italian livello del mare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 海平面…
in Russian уровень моря…
in Turkish deniz seviyesi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 海平面…
in Polish poziom morza…
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