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Level : noun : position where high is large and low is small

  • Low level of productivity

  • Low productivity levels

  • To raise the level of employee benefits

  • To lower the level of borrowings

  • High level of investment = large amount of money invested

  • A decision taken at the highest level = decision taken by the most important person or group

  • Low-level = not very important

  • A low-level delegation

  • High-level = very important

  • A high-level meeting

  • A high-level decision

  • Decisions taken at managerial level = decisions taken by managers


    Manning level = number of people required in each department of a company to do the work efficiently


    Staffing levels = number of people required in each department of a company to do the work efficiently


    Level : verb : to level off or to level out = to stop rising or falling
  • Profits have leveled off over the last few years.

  • Prices are leveling out.

  • NOTE : levelling - levelled but US leveling ┬Čleveled


    QUOTE : Figures from the Federation on Industrial Production for April show a decline to levels last seen in June 1984. (Sunday Times)


    QUOTE : Applications for morgages are running at a high level. (Times)


    QUOTE : Employers having got their staff back up to a reasonable level are waiting until the scope for overtime working is exhausted before hiring. (Sydney Morning Herald)









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