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entry level
Pronunciation: / ˈentrilevəl /

Translation of entry level in Spanish:

noun

  • nivel (masculine) de acceso

also: entry-level adjective

  • 1 1.1 (suitable for beginners)
    (computing/course)
    para principiantes
    1.2 (basic)
    (computer)
    Example sentences
    • The cost of broadband in the UK is falling, especially with the surge in interest for entry-level products.
    • Another factor was the drop in prices, especially for entry-level products, which has perked up purchases by small and medium enterprises and homes.
    • Shouldn't they have produced at least some entry-level product by now?
  • 2
    (American English)
    de la categoría más baja

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