Expressions used in Everyday Spoken English in Social and Professional contexts


level headlevel-headed
1) to keep calm and collected even in stressful situations
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    • keep a level head / he is always so level-headed
  • Analysis
    If you are level-headed it means you are a calm rational and sensible person even in difficult or stressful circumstances. 'Level-headed' is an adjective commonly used to describe this type of person.
  • Social Examples (Basic)
    1. I have come to you for advice because you're always so level-headed.
    2. He finds it hard to keep a level head. He is always so worked up and gets angry easily.
  • Professional Examples (Basic)
    1. It's the kind of work where you have to be very level-headed. You need a steady hand and the ability to concentrate on what you're doing.
    2. Those remain level-headed in stressful situations are more likely to make rational decisions based on the data in front of them.
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