level to the ground

level something to the ground

to crush or demolish something down to the ground. They were forced to level the building to the ground, because they could not afford to maintain it. The house was leveled to the ground by the tornado.
See also: ground, level
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Business Matters' on-the-spot reporter at the Guards Club said: "Autour Du Monde showed great speed and ability to accelerate and decelerate, staying level to the ground and making it easy for Juan Martin Nero to hit the ball.
Erect the steel building columns from the foundation level to the ground level and erect the ground level framing.
They offer more support because they are level to the ground,'' said Bednarczyk.
Daddy wore his dark gray fedora seriously - carefully brushed, properly creased, brim level to the ground.