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sink to (someone's) level
To behave as badly, immorally, or basely as someone else, especially in a dispute or conflict. Don't hit him, Tom, just walk away; don't sink to his level. We'll have to sink to their level if we're going to stay competitive in the market.
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sink to somebody’s ˈlevelstop behaving well and begin to behave badly, especially in an argument or a fight, because other people are behaving in this way: Use words, not violence, or you’ll just be sinking to their level.
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