English version

eye level

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englisheye levelˈeye ˌlevel noun [uncountable]  HIGHa height equal to the level of your eyesat/above/below eye level Your screen should be at eye level. an eye-level grill
Examples from the Corpus
eye levelIt is placed at eye level with one eye occluded.Large single images should be positioned at eye level.He would face that weight, at eye level, each time he measured his height and weighed himself.In the corner, just at his eye level, was a column of notices.He pulled the ladder into position, climbed two-thirds of its height to stand on eye level with the filing box.at/above/below eye levelI raised the head on a base until the eye is at eye level.Standards are much easier to work on - the work is at eye level and your back doesn't have to break.A notice at eye level inside the bathroom door can jog your memory and avoid some trying mopping-up operations later.The heads are viewed from slightly above or at eye level but the undersides of nose and jaw are clearly seen.It is placed at eye level with one eye occluded.Large single images should be positioned at eye level.He would face that weight, at eye level, each time he measured his height and weighed himself.The paintings were at eye level.
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