bi-level

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Etymology[edit]

From bi- +‎ level

Adjective[edit]

bi-level (not comparable)

  1. Alternative form of bilevel
    • 1985, Rodger Bradley, Amtrak:The US National Railroad Passenger Corporation, Blandford Press, page 141, photo caption:
      Train No. 8, the 'Empire Builder', Amtrak's Chicago to Seattle train, winds through the mountains of America's west, on its 2,281 mile journey to the West Coast. The 'Empire Builder' was Amtrak's first train to be equipped with the popular bi-level 'Superliner' cars.

Noun[edit]

bi-level (plural bi-levels)

  1. Alternative form of bilevel
    • 1985, Rodger Bradley, Amtrak:The US National Railroad Passenger Corporation, Blandford Press, page 138:
      Last but not least amongst the two level cars, a number of Chicago & North Western's bi-levels were upgraded to HEP compatibility, and although only a handful were converted, the C&NW's cars were a significant design.

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