Finding their own level - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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find (one's) (own) level
To reach one's level of proficiency, comfort, or competency in a particular area. I'm so impressed with the interns—they've really found their level now. It takes time to find your own level as a teacher, but you'll get there—we all do.
find one's own level
Fig. to find the position or rank to which one is best suited. You cannot force new clerks to be ambitious. They will all find their own level. The new student is happier in the beginning class. It was just a question of letting her find her own level.
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Mr Duckenfield was asked during his evidence about the system of fans "finding their own level
" on the Leppings Lane terrace and denied it amounted to police abdicating responsibility.
"Prices are finding their own level
and there has been little change recently," he said.
"A 16-club Premier League is not good for the stability of our senior game and the sooner a 10 or 12-club format is established the better it will be for the game with clubs finding their own level
Lots of clubs will be finding their own level
and we're no exception but at least we're still playing cricket here and that didn't look very likely a few months back."
"The top league should come under the FA of the land with others finding their own level