level (something) at (someone or something)(redirected from levels at)
level (something) at (someone or something)
To aim or direct something at another person or thing. He leveled the rifle at the charging bull and pulled the trigger. She isn't above leveling disparaging remarks at her employees as a way of asserting her control.
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level something at someone or something
to direct something at someone or something; to aim a remark at someone. The sheriff leveled his rifle at the fleeing bandit. Why did you think you had to level that barrage of words at me? I didn't make the problem. Sam leveled an acid comment or two at the committee.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
To direct something toward someone or something: The reporter leveled charges of corruption at the committee. The robber leveled the gun at the victim's head.
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