Balance Definition

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1. " ... Chief Justice John Marshall added, "Between a balanced republic and a democracy, the difference is like that between order and chaos. 1
2. "All nations have this problem of balance and need to find their own path between humiliation and normal self-criticism, " she says. 1
3. "Geomantic gentleman " express, the house is in hillside position, it is overland all round, need has water to allocate the balance of the five elements, because this suggests his pisciculture . 1
4. "It's a new relationship based on equality, " said Greenland's new, charismatic prime minister, Kuupik Kleist, speaking of the balance of power between Greenland and Denmark. 1
5. "It's hard to keep the balance between development and the preservation of tradition and local culture, " said Thavipheth Oula, an official at the Lao National Tourism Administration, in an email. 1
6. "It's rational for an individual bank to have sought to diversify its balance sheet," says Haldane. 1
7. "More efforts should be directed toward achieving an optimal balance between the degree of effectiveness and safety of sildenafil use in men with erectile dysfunction, " they conclude. 1
8. "Newsweek" gave a reasonably balanced report on the crisis. 1
9. "People who are fearful do less, and that leads to deconditioning, to a loss of strength and balance," he explained. 1
10. "Quick fix" options were crop and rotate, blemish removal, red-eye removal, auto correct, and sharpen. Tuning options were white balance, exposure, highlight, fill light, saturation, and soft focus. 1
11. "Recent improvements in the current account balance, especially in the trade balance, have shown that there is no basis for yuan to appreciate significantly, " Guan wrote. 2
12. "The balance of commercial power has shifted entirely," said Martyn Davies of Frontier Advisory, a South Africa-based consultancy for investors in emerging African markets. 1
13. "The overall balance of risks to the global growth outlook is still tilted to the downside," the IMF said in an update to its semiannual World Economic Outlook released in October. 1
14. "To find the balance you want," Ketut spoke through his translator, "this is what you must become. 1
15. "Using the Fed's balance sheet is at times the path of least resistance, because it allows government lending to circumvent the congressional approval process," Lacker said on Monday. 1
16. "We cannot disassociate current developments from the overall strategic balance of power, " in the region, says Professor Han. 1
17. "We very much want to encourage fairness and balance in our approach in the council," Brimmer said. 1
18. 19 per cent of B2C companies are now worth little more than the cash on their balance sheets. 1
19. A : It requires eed , balance , stamina , agility , flexibility , coordination and good footwork. 1
20. A "favorable balance of trade" really means exporting more than we import, sending abroad goods of greater total value than the goods we get from abroad. 1
21. A £50 deposit is required when ordering, and the balance is due upon delivery. 1
22. A £50 deposit is required when ordering(Sentence dictionary), and the balance is due upon delivery. 1
23. A 10% deposit is usually required on ordering with the balance on completion. 1
24. A 2-for-1 stock split will reduce the par value per share by one-half, but it will not change the dollar balance of any account. 1
25. A 4 ~12 GHz wideband power amplifier , using a balanced line Lange coupler, is designed and fabricated. 1
26. A badly packed rucksack can easily throw you off balance. 1
27. A balance between the aluminum and the frangipani garden in the internal courtyard has developed a stimulating spatial experience. 1
28. A balance between the two is to be maintained for good health and this is the essence of a macrobiotic diet. 1
29. A balance in the aquarium has to be reached gradually over the weeks. 1
30. A balance is achieved in the painting between orderliness and unpredictability. 1
 

Balance

[ˈbaləns]

NOUN

balances (plural noun) · the Balance (noun) · balance wheel (noun) · balance wheels (plural noun)

  - an even distribution of weight enabling someone or something to remain upright and steady.

  - a condition in which different elements are equal or in the correct proportions.

  - an apparatus for weighing, especially one with a central pivot, beam, and a pair of scales.

  - a counteracting weight or force.

  - a predominating weight or amount; the majority.

  - a figure representing the difference between credits and debits in an account; the amount of money held in an account.

VERB

balances (third person present) · balanced (past tense) · balanced (past participle) · balancing (present participle)

  - keep or put (something) in a steady position so that it does not fall.

  - offset or compare the value of (one thing) with another.

  - compare debits and credits in (an account), typically to ensure that they are equal.

Synonyms

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List of Suffixes

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