Idiom of the Week: Level With

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Meaning: To speak with someone honestly.

Examples:

I will level with you because I don’t want to lie.

Level with me. I want to know your honest opinion.

Why don’t you level with her?

 

Pop Quiz:

If someone wants to level with you, they want to…

A. Measure your height.

B. Be honest with you.

C. Have the same height as you.

To see the correct answer, click on “Continue reading”:

The correct answer is B. To level with someone, you should tell or reveal the truth to someone.

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