[loh-luh nd] /ˈloʊ lənd/
that is or level, in comparison with the adjacent country.
the Lowlands, a , level region in S, central, and E Scotland.
Lowlands, the speech of those native to the Scottish Lowlands.
of, relating to, or characteristic of a lowland or lowlands.
(initial capital letter) of, relating to, or characteristic of the Lowlands of Scotland or the speech of this area.
the Lowlands, a low generally flat region of central Scotland, around the Forth and Clyde valleys, separating the Southern Uplands from the Highlands
relatively low ground
(often pl) a low generally flat region
of or relating to a lowland or lowlands
of or relating to the Lowlands of Scotland or the dialect of English spoken there
c.1500, originally with reference to Scotland, from low (adj.) + land (n.). Related: Lowlander.
noun 1. any form of nonclassical Latin, as Late Latin, Vulgar Latin, or Medieval Latin. noun 1. any form or dialect of Latin other than the classical, such as Vulgar or Medieval Latin
[loh-lev-uh l] /ˈloʊˈlɛv əl/ adjective 1. undertaken by or composed of members having a low status: a low-level discussion. 2. having low status: low-level personnel. 3. undertaken at or from a low altitude: low-level bombing. 4. Linguistics. occurring or operating at the phonetic level of linguistic representation or analysis: low-level rules governing assimilation.
- Low-level language
noun 1. a computer programming language that is closer to machine language than to human language Compare high-level language language Any programming language which either is assembly language, or which is meant to be closely related to, and easily translated into, machine language. Low-level languages lack the amenities of high-level languages but it may be […]
- Low-level waste
noun 1. waste material contaminated by traces of radioactivity that can be disposed of in steel drums in concrete-lined trenches but not (since 1983) in the sea Compare high-level waste, intermediate-level waste