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lower-level

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Definition of lower-level in English:

adjective

At or of a level that is lower in position or status: keep all lower-level windows tightly closed preparatory talks were held between lower-level officials
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  • It is always a good idea to match your level 1 heading to the title of your page and follow through your lower-level headings with similarly titled sections.
  • "I'm always selling the company on a higher level so that the lower-level sales can happen," he says.
  • When running the numbers, they were careful to exclude lower-level computer support specialists.

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