eyelevel

eyelevel

(ˈaɪˌlɛvəl)
adj
level with a person's eyes when looking straight ahead: an eyelevel grill.
Translations

eyelevel

[ˈaɪˌlɛvl] adjall'altezza degli occhi
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The kitchen and breakfast room has attractive Shaker-style base and eyelevel units has space for range cooker plus double Belfast sink, plus there is a utility room and pantry.
Grade A office development in Centre Square East eyelevel creative limited
Beyond it are the existing Nissan buildings EYELEVEL CREATIVE LIMITED
You'll also find a double larder unit with carousel storage, a built in Neff five-ring gas hob, an eyelevel Bosch stainless steel double oven as well as an integrated Hotpoint fridge and freezer.
The iPad is placed at eyelevel in front of the participant and connected to the footpad by a QBiAd interface cord.
In Walker's painting, a woman dressed in an orange swimming costume is down on all fours at poolside, eyelevel with a King Charles spaniel, while the dog stares off to a point beyond the edge of canvas.
This is easily accomplished with clear eyelevel caption identifiers followed by on display groupings that quickly allow the breadth of the offer on display to be predictable.
The spacious kitchen is fitted with an excellent range of storage units and worktops, besides an integrated dishwasher and larder fridge-freezer, an inset gas hob, extractor hood and a double eyelevel electric oven.
The arena show places the audience around three sides of the 'Studio', at eyelevel with the performers to maintain the fly-on-the-wall intimacy of the piece.
The multi-million pound production is set in a painstakingly accurate replica of the world-renowned Abbey Road studio and will place the audience around three sides of the 'Studio',' with venue capacities limited to place the audience at eyelevel with the performers and maintain the fly-on-the-wall intimacy of the piece.
It's also more difficult to get an accurate number because not everyone watching is here at the bay - for instance, we've been told by police that 1,500 people are watching a mile and a half away, at a view which makes them eyelevel with the action in the skies.