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low–level

adjective low–lev·el \ˈlō-ˈle-vəl\

: of low importance or rank

: not strong : low in strength or degree

Full Definition of LOW-LEVEL

1
:  occurring, done, or placed at a low level
2
:  being of low importance or rank
3
:  being or relating to nuclear waste containing low concentrations of radioactive components

First Known Use of LOW-LEVEL

1881

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