Definition of O level
1. Noun. The basic level of a subject taken in school.
Geographical relationships: England
Generic synonyms: Grade, Level, Tier
Definition of O level
1. Noun. (alternative spelling of O-level) ¹
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Lexicographical Neighbors of O Level
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Oath of Abjuration
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Literary usage of O level
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Entomologist's Record and Journal of Variation by James William Tutt, Malcolm Burr (1890)
"... about half the distance was through the cork woods o level ground, some part of it marshy and the other half over cultivated country. ..."
2. Learning from Change: Issues and Experiences in Participatory Monitoring and by Marisol Estrella (2000)
"... intergovernmental collaboration o attitudes of people o voting in elections o trash collection o clean-up of dilapidated o level of collaboration within ..."
3. Regional Workshop, Needs and Priorities for Forestry and Agroforestry Policy by Marielos Alfaro (1994)
"... implementation o Stability o Productivity Ecological Parameters o Level of environmental degradation o Receptivity of the ecological community (national ..."
4. Education Trends in Perspective: Analysis of the World Education Indicators by OECD Staff, UNESCO Institute for Statistics (2005)
"... diploma/ certificate * Upper secondary programmes equivalent to the Anglo-Saxon O-level and A-level are classified differently in different countries. ..."
5. Education in Exile: SOMAFCO, the African National Congress School in ...by Sean Morrow, Brown Maaba, Loyiso Pulumani by Sean Morrow, Brown Maaba, Loyiso Pulumani (2004)
"She studied there for some years, succeeding in her O-level examinations. In spite of her mother's opposition, because she wished to study further, ..."
6. Keeping Kids Safe: Exploring Public (1993)
"88 percent of the 12 dients who were promoted :o Level IV in the three years of the program showed a reduction of -JO 100 percent :n :he;r risk scores. ..."