balance

All Noun Verb
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  • After weeks of this he finally got it right and was able to maintain his balance.
  • In recent years it has also been used in power system balancing models.
  • Balance is the result of several body systems working together.
  • The two spent the balance of the night at the house.
  • During the first years of his rule John carried out a balancing policy.
  • The balance between these elements forms the company's capital structure.
  • Each of these balances is made to cover a certain range of reading.
  • The doors of the temple remained closed for the balance of his reign.
  • Such support, however, never became official government policy, due to balancing of other national interests.
  • This page includes a chart with historical data for Russia balance of trade.
  • The balance of trade is sometimes divided into a goods and a services balance.
  • It represented the change in the balance which was going on.
  • The changes were meant to allow for more rounded characters and better balance of play.
  • It is the story of a female writer making her way in life, balancing work and love.
  • More often such transferred balances move immediately to the full purchase rate.
  • The trade balance between the two countries are in China's favour.
  • Within a social group there is a balance between cooperation and competition.
  • The government continued these activities even after balance-of-payment support resumed.
  • The balance of power lies between the King and the Queen Mother.
  • The move slightly balances the league as all five divisions have four members.
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Meaning of balance

  • noun A state of equilibrium
  • noun Equality between the totals of the credit and debit sides of an account
  • noun Equality of distribution
  • noun The difference between the totals of the credit and debit sides of an account
  • noun A scale for weighing; depends on pull of gravity
  • verb Bring into balance or equilibrium
    She has to balance work and her domestic duties, balance the two weights
  • verb Compute credits and debits of an account
  • verb Be in equilibrium
    He was balancing on one foot