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Definition of low-level adjective from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary

     

    low-level

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  1. 1close to the ground low-level bombing attacks
  2. 2of low rank; involving people of junior rank a low-level job low-level negotiations
  3. 3not containing much of a particular substance, especially a radioactive substance low-level radioactive waste
  4. 4(computing) (of a computer language) similar to machine code in form opposite high-level
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