levelverb

  • ja同等になる、同じレベルになる
  • ento make something flat, smooth, equal, or similar

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The idea of a kickflip is using your front foot to get the board flipping.
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So while you're sliding your front foot to level out your board,
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you actually slide it off of the edge of the board and that gets it flipping.
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It is important to level it off a little bit.
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Use your finger, use a spoon.
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Plain old granulated sugar.
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Always level it off, you want the perfect amount,
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especially when it comes to desserts.
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And I want to just level the soufflés.
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And I I’m gonna pour it back into the bowl just to catch the drips.
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So kind of a quick motion.
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I noticed a dip between the first half tile there and the next full tile.
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So to level it out, I actually pulled that full tile off.
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And I put some more adhesive on the back of it.
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So tip number 2 is level your horizons.
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One of the biggest mistakes I see people make when they're taking photos
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is actually making the camera crooked and causing the photo to be not level.

Other meanings for level...

levelnoun

  • ja(ある特定の)高さ、深さ
  • ena specific height or depth
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Mr. June?
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Who was that?
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He was pretty close with Mr. Hoyt.
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Black gentleman.
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Stayed in the main house, basement level.
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Get us to ground level!
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Roger!
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Abandon selective targeting.
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All targets are now free.
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What? Confirm order.
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Rooftop units, target everyone at ground level.
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Your desk should be at elbow height,
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with the top of your monitor at eye level.
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Holy shit. Oh, my God.
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I'm at 16,000 feet.
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I'm 3 miles above sea level.
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They upgraded me to a room 20 floors below sea level.
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It's right next to the engine on the Mexican cartel storage deck.