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From Patrono:Xno[[Category:Patrono:Xno derivations|Levy]] leve, from Old French levee, from lever "to raise".

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to Levy

Third person singular
levies

Simple past
levied

Past participle
levied

Present participle
Levying

to Levy (third-person singular simple present levies, present participle Levying, simple past and past participle levied)
  1. To impose a tax or fine, to collect monies due, or to confiscate property
  2. To draft someone into military service
  3. To wage war

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Levy

Plural
levies

Levy (plural levies)
  1. The act of levying
  2. The tax, property or people so levied

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  1. redirect Template:finnish index

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Levy

  1. A thin, flat object of uniform thickness; a plate. (A thick plate may also be called laatta).
  2. A board, as a flat construction material supplied in sheets, such as chipboard, or a sheet of such material.
  3. A slab, as a thick, flat piece of material.
  4. A disk for storing data.
  5. A recording of a piece of music made on a disc, or a disc on which music is saved. If there's a need to be specific, a recording may also be called levytys.

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A disc on which music has been recorded

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