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low-level

[ loh-lev-uhl ]
/ ˈloʊˈlɛv əl /
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adjective
undertaken by or composed of members having a low status: a low-level discussion.
having low status: low-level personnel.
undertaken at or from a low altitude: low-level bombing.
Linguistics. occurring or operating at the phonetic level of linguistic representation or analysis: low-level rules governing assimilation.
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Origin of low-level

First recorded in 1880–85
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