Definition of strike a balance in English:

strike a balance

Choose a moderate course or compromise: she’s decided to strike a balance between fashionable and accessible
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  • She has been choosing her theatre work very carefully, striking a balance between family and work time.
  • What he, in fact every one of us needs, is to strike a balance and stay on an even course.
  • A reasonable balance will have to be struck so that Costa staff are not overwhelmed and thereby unable to perform their necessary day to day work.
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