level

  基本词汇  
['levl]     ['levl]    
  • n.数量;等级;水平;水平线
  • adj.平的;等高的
  • v.弄平;夷平;对准
  • adv.<废>水平地
levelly levelness leveled / levelled leveled / levelled leveling / levelling levels
new

level是什么意思,词典释义与在线翻译:

详尽释义

n.(名词)
  1. 标准,水平,水准
  2. 级别,等级,层次
  3. 水平线,水平面,平面
  4. 高度,地位
  5. 水准测量
  6. 水平仪,水准仪
  7. 平地
  8. 水平状态
  9. 程度
  10. 水位
  11. 【物】能级
adj.(形容词)
  1. 冷静的
  2. 平稳的
  3. 平坦的,水平的,平的
  4. 同高度的
  5. 均匀的,平均分布的
  6. (程度、水准、级别)相同的,同水平的,同程度的
  7. 【电】等位的
  8. 【音】平调的
  9. 平直的
  10. 保持一定水平的,恒定的
  11. 诚实的
  12. <口>公平的
  13. 并进的
v.(动词)
  1. 对准,用(武器)瞄准
  2. 使平坦,夷平,弄平,(使)平整,推平
  3. 使成水平,使成平面
  4. 使同等, 使划一,使平等
  5. 拉平
  6. 废除
  7. 用水平仪测量高度
  8. 推倒,毁坏,摧毁
  9. 击倒
  10. 坦率诚实地对待, 坦率相待
  11. 把...对准
  12. 使相似
  13. 创造人人机会均等的局面
  14. 谴责
adv.(副词)
  1. <废>水平地,平坦地
  2. 一直
  3. 同样高
  4. 势均力敌地
  5. 平衡地

双解释义

n.(名词)
  1. [C]水平线,水平面;水平高度 line or surface parallel to the horizon, especially with reference to its height
  2. [C]数量,强度 position on a scale of quantity, strength, value, etc.
  3. [U]水平,等级 relative position in rank, class or authority
adj.(形容词)
  1. 平的,水平的,平坦的 having a surface which is the same height above the ground all over
  2. 同高度的;同程度的 equal in position or standard
  3. 平稳的,坚定的 steady and unvarying
  4. 清醒的,冷静的 clean-headed;sane
v.(动词)
  1. vt. 使平(坦);变平 make or become level or flat
  2. vt. 使…成平面;变成平面 bring or come into a horizontal plane

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英英释义

Noun:
  1. a position on a scale of intensity or amount or quality;

    "a moderate grade of intelligence"
    "a high level of care is required"
    "it is all a matter of degree"

  2. a relative position or degree of value in a graded group;

    "lumber of the highest grade"

  3. a specific identifiable position in a continuum or series or especially in a process;

    "a remarkable degree of frankness"
    "at what stage are the social sciences?"

  4. height above ground;

    "the water reached ankle level"
    "the pictures were at the same level"

  5. indicator that establishes the horizontal when a bubble is centered in a tube of liquid

  6. a flat surface at right angles to a plumb line;

    "park the car on the level"

  7. an abstract place usually conceived as having depth;

    "a good actor communicates on several levels"
    "a simile has at least two layers of meaning"
    "the mind functions on many strata simultaneously"

  8. a structure consisting of a room or set of rooms at a single position along a vertical scale;

    "what level is the office on?"

Adjective:
  1. having a surface without slope, tilt in which no part is higher or lower than another;

    "a flat desk"
    "acres of level farmland"
    "a plane surface"
    "skirts sewn with fine flat seams"

  2. not showing abrupt variations;

    "spoke in a level voice"
    "she gave him a level look"

  3. being on a precise horizontal plane;

    "a billiard table must be level"

  4. oriented at right angles to the plumb;

    "the picture is level"

  5. of the score in a contest;

    "the score is tied"

Verb:
  1. aim at;

    "level criticism or charges at somebody"

  2. tear down so as to make flat with the ground;

    "The building was levelled"

  3. make level or straight;

    "level the ground"

  4. direct into a position for use;

    "point a gun"
    "He charged his weapon at me"

  5. talk frankly with; lay it on the line;

    "I have to level with you"

  6. become level or even;

    "The ground levelled off"

level的用法和样例:

例句

用作名词 (n.)
  1. Levels of unemployment vary from region to region.
    失业情形各地不同.
  2. We must increase production levels.
    我们必须提高生产水平。
  3. The top of this mountain is three kilometers above the sea level.
    这座山的山顶海拔三千米高。
用作形容词 (adj.)
  1. A football field should be level.
    足球场地应该平坦。
  2. The two picture is not quite level that one is higher than the other.
    这两幅画挂得不一般高, 这幅比那幅高。
用作动词 (v.)
  1. We need a mechanical digger to level the ground.
    我们需要一台挖掘机来平整土地。
  2. The bombing raid practically leveled the town.
    空袭几乎把这座城镇夷为平地。
  3. The hostage had a rifle levelled at his head.
    一枝步枪瞄准着人质的头。

常见句型

用作名词 (n.)
  1. The top of this mountain is 4000 metres above the sea level.
    这座山高度为海拔4000米。
  2. The river often rises above the normal level.
    河水经常高出正常水位。
  3. The mercury in those two thermometres is on the same level.
    那两个温度计里的水银柱的高度一样。
  4. The car is parked on the lower level of garage.
    汽车停放在车库的下层。
  5. The garden is arranged on two levels.
    花园的布局分高低两层。
  6. A squadron of bombers are flying above the level of clouds.
    一中队轰炸机在云层上面飞行。
  7. The archaeologists discovered fossils in the lowest level of rock.
    考古学家在岩石的最底层发现了一些化石。
  8. They found some gold coins and mummies in the lowest level of the site.
    他们在发掘现场的最下层找到一些金币和几具木乃伊。
  9. On a purely practical level there will be an awful lot of work to do.
    纯粹从实际角度考虑,有大量的工作要做。
  10. They are determining the serum-protein and cholesterol levels.
    他们正在测定血清蛋白和胆固醇的浓度。
  11. Levels of unemployment vary from region to region.
    失业状况因地区而异。
  12. We are afraid that Helen will bring Simon down to her own level.
    我们担心海伦会使西蒙落到她那样的地步。
  13. These decisions were made well below the level of top management.
    这些决定是由级别远远低于最高管理层的人员作出的。
  14. Her work is not up to a professional level.
    她的工作没有达到专业水平。
  15. They will be examined as to their present educational level.
    要考一考他们现在的文化水平。
  16. The general level of the troop training was not high.
    部队训练的总体水平不高。
  17. The level of the political debate is very poor.
    这种政治辩论的水平很差。
  18. We must raise the moral and intellectual level of the people.
    我们必须提高人民的道德和知识水准。
  19. Prices have held the same level for a month.
    价格一直维持同等水平达一月之久。
用作形容词 (adj.)
用作定语 ~+ n.
  1. The city spread out on a level terrain.
    城市向平坦的地带扩展。
  2. The prairies are vast stretches of nearly level land.
    这些大草原是一大片一大片较为平坦的土地。
  3. Those low and level landscapes are characteristic of the continent as a whole.
    总的说来那低洼平坦的地势是本大洲的特色。
  4. He went over from low level class to high level class.
    他从低年级跳到高年级。
  5. She gave me a level look.
    她平静地看了我一眼。
  6. He has a level head and is good at solving difficult problems.
    他头脑冷静,善于处理难题。
  7. He kept a level head through the whole incident.
    在整个事件中,他始终保持镇静。
用作表语 S+be+~
  1. The floor is quite level.
    这地板很平。
  2. The top of the mountain is level.
    这山顶很平坦。
  3. A football field needs to be level.
    足球场必须平坦。
  4. Even though he was getting angry, his voice remained level.
    即使他非常生气,他的声音仍保持稳定。
S+be+~+ prep .-phrase
  1. They were level in the race till the last few metres, then Haas went ahead to win.
    他们一直跑得不分前后,但离终点最后几米时,哈斯冲到前面,赢得了胜利。
  2. The tree top is level with the roof.
    树梢和屋顶一样高。
  3. The child's head is level with his father's knee.
    孩子的头与他父亲的膝相齐。
  4. In spring the river's surface is often level with the banks.
    在春天,河水常常涨到与河岸一样高。
  5. Brooks is level with Imes in class.
    布鲁克斯在班里和艾姆斯程度相同。
  6. She attempts no work that is not level with her capacities.
    她并不想干她力不能及的工作。
  7. These children want to be level with adults .
    这些孩子要与大人们平起平坐。
用作宾语补足语 S+V+O+~
  1. Hold the dish level.
    把盘子端平。
用作动词 (v.)
用作及物动词 S+~+ n./pron.
  1. The workers are leveling the road.
    工人们正在平整道路。
  2. The bulldozer leveled the mount of earth.
    推土机把土山推平。
  3. We levelled our cricket pitch last week.
    上星期,我们平整了板球场地。
  4. His goal levelled the scores of the two teams.
    他的进球把两队的得分拉平了。
  5. Death levels all man.
    死亡使所有人归于平等。
  6. 用于be ~ed结构
  7. The ground had to be levelled before construction could be begun.
    必须先平整地面才能开始施工。

常用短语

用作名词 (n.)
find one's own level
  1. 找到与自己相称的位置 find and associate with the people with whom one is morally, socially or intellectually equal

    She should find her own level. 她应当找到与自己相称的位置。

用作形容词 (adj.)
draw level
  1. 势均力敌,打成平手 be evenly matched in strength;be in equilibrium

    She succeeded in drawing level with her opponent at two games each. 两场比赛她都和对手打成了平局。

用作动词 (v.)
level against (v.+prep.)
  1. 对(某人)提出控诉 state a charge against (sb) level sth against sb

    They levelled an accusation against her.他们对她提出起诉。

    常用于 be ~ed 结构

    A serious charge was levelled against the minister.那位部长受到了严重指控。

    The thief was taken to the police station, where a charge of robbery was levelled against him.那个小偷被带到警察局,在那里,他被指控犯了抢劫罪。

level at (v.+prep.)
  1. (用枪)对准或瞄准 aim at (sb/sth) (with a gun)

    I saw a man leveling a gun at a crow. 我看见一个人正用枪瞄准一只乌鸦。

    He leveled his gun at me. 他把枪对准我。

  2. 将…的矛头指向(某人) direct (sth such as opposition) towards (sb)

    The speaker levelled his remarks at the headmaster. 发言人的评论是冲着校长来的。

level down (v.+adv.)
  1. 将…向下整平 low (sth) down

    That path is too high;level it down from there. 那条小路太高了,从这儿把它削下去。

  2. 使…向低水平下降 low (sth such as incomes) to an equal level

    The high rate of income tax has only succeeded in levelling down the incomes of the rich to those of the poor, with no advantage to the latter. 征收高额所得税只是有效地把富人的收入向穷人收入的水平降了下来,而对穷人却毫无益处。

level off (v.+adv.)
  1. 将…弄平,使平整 make (a surface) flat or smooth level sth ⇔ off

    Level off the shelves with a spirit level.用水平仪把架子弄平。

    用于 be ~ed 结构

    When the house was built, the garden had to be levelled off with a big earth-moving machine.建房时得用大型推土机把园子推平。

  2. 变平稳;变稳定 become level, flat or at a steady rate level off

    On reaching 1000 metres, the pilot levelled off.到达1000米高度时,驾驶员便做水平飞行。

    After going up for six months, the cost of living levelled off in September.生活费用上涨了6个月以后于9月份稳定下来。

level out (v.+adv.)
  1. 平坦起来 make (a surface) flat or smooth level out

    East of the gorge leveled out.峡谷东面地势变平坦了。

    level sth ⇔ out

    The steam-roller levelled out the gravel roadbed and then the concrete was poured.蒸汽压路机把砾石路基压平后浇灌了混凝土。

  2. 达到平衡〔稳定〕 reach a point in one's career beyond which no further progress is likely level out

    You are unlikely to get further promotion—we all have to level out some time.你大概不会再被提升了——我们的事业都会达到不再发展的地步。

  3. 消除(差别等) make (sth such as difference) equal level sth ⇔ out

    The tax system is extended to level out the big differences between rich and poor.这个税法旨在消除贫富间的差距。

level up (v.+adv.)
  1. 将(收入等)向上拉平 raise (sth such as incomes) to an equal level level sth ⇔ up

    The idea of equal education was to level up the general standard.教育平等的思想旨在提高大众的水平。

level with (v.+prep.)
  1. 和…一样高 be as tall as sth

    Her masts levelled with the spires of churches. 船的桅杆和教堂的塔尖一样高。

  2. 〈口〉向(某人)说实话 speak the truth to (sb)

    Come on, you can trust me—level with me, what's the truth? 说吧,你可以信赖我——把实情讲出来,到底是怎么回事儿。

词汇搭配

用作名词 (n.)
动词+~ 形容词+~ 名词+~ 介词+~ ~+介词
用作形容词 (adj.)
~+名词 动词+~ 副词+~ ~+介词
用作动词 (v.)
~+名词 ~+副词 ~+介词

经典引文

  • The rising of the water brought me a little more upon a level.

    出自:Defoe
  • A great plain as level as the sea.

    出自:J. Conrad
  • Turf recently disturbed was trodden level again.

    出自:C. Mackenzie
  • The land is flat because the winds have leveled it.

    出自:W. Gass

level的详细讲解:

词语用法

n.(名词)
  1. level用作名词时,其基本意思是“水平线,水平面”,尤指“水平高度”,也可指建筑物、岩石等的“层”;用于比喻时,可指观察事物的“层面”或“角度”,在科技用语中也可指测量的“数量”“强度”“数值”等。引申可表示官阶、权威、教学、质量、价格等方面的“等级”或“水平”。其复数可表示“平原”。
adj.(形容词)
  1. level用作形容词的基本意思是“平的,平坦的,水平的”,也可指“同高度的”或“同程度的”。引申用于目光、声音等可表示“平稳的,坚定的”,指人的头脑可译为“清醒的,冷静的”。
  2. level可用fairly或quite修饰。
v.(动词)
  1. level的基本意思是“把…弄平”,使之与水平面相吻合或平行,也可指与相邻物处于同一平面,引申可指各组成部分或两种事物之间没有显著差别,或者相等。
  2. level通常只用作及物动词,接名词或代词作宾语,可用于被动结构。

词义辨析

n.(名词)
do one's level best, do one's best
这两个短语都有“尽力”的意思,它们之间的差别在于程度不同:前者较后者更加尽力,即“竭尽全力”。试比较:
  • I'll do my best to finish it.
  • 我将尽力完成这件事。
  • I'm sure Brooks will do his level best.
  • 我肯定,布鲁克斯会竭尽全力的。
on a level, on the level
这两个短语仅一个冠词之差,意思完全不同:前者的意思是“在同等的水平线上”或“处于同等地位”,常与with连用;后者的意思是“真诚地”或“诚实地”,常用于口语中。例如:
The ground floor of our house is on a level with the street.我家房子的底层与街面一样高。
Technically, both players are on a level.双方运动员在技术方面不相上下。
Is his offer on the level?他的提议真诚吗?
Although he got rich very quickly he did it completely on the level.他虽然很快致富,但靠的完全是正当手段。
注意on the level也可表示“在平地上”。例如:
He could run fast on the level.在平地上他能跑得很快。
adj.(形容词)
level, flat
这两个词都有“平的”“平坦的”意思。其区别在于:
1.flat指表面水平或类似水平,即没有显著的起伏与倾斜。
2.level指“平均”,即没有明显的弯曲与凸凹,但不一定水平。例如:
This road is level until you get near the hill.这条路很平,你可直达附近小山。
v.(动词)
level, aim, point, train
这组词的共同意思是“对准”“瞄准”,它们之间的区别是:
1.瞄准方法不同:aim指端起枪瞄准; train指把枪放在对准其目标的位置上; level指把枪放在水平位置上瞄准; point则指以某物的一端或尖端对准某一点。例如:
The army trained its cannon on the fort.军队把大炮对准了要塞。
The second sentry leveled his halberd at the parson's breast.第二个警卫把他的戟对准了牧师的胸口。
He pointed his finger at me.他用手指着我。
2.搭配范围不同:aim和train可以表示以镜头对准; 而level和point不能这样用。例如可以说He trained the camera upon the children.它把相机对准孩子们。
3.连用的介词不同:aim与at, for连用; train与on〔upon〕连用; level与at, against 连用; 而point则与at, to连用。
4.使用场合不同:aim for多见于较正式的文体中。

常见错误

n.(名词)
  1. 我因英语水平低而感到惭愧。

    I'm ashamed of my low English level.

    I'm ashamed of my poor English.

    把“英语水平低”译作low English level是汉语式英语,正确的翻译应该是poor English。

词源解说

  • ☆ 14世纪中期入进英语,直接源自古法语的livel;最初源自古典拉丁语的libella,意为平衡,水平。

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