Definition of redress the balance in English:

redress the balance

Restore equality in a situation: an opportunity to redress the balance in their fortunes
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  • This is the first step to redressing the balance.
  • This major review of fares regulation - the first since privatisation - is part of redressing the balance between taxpayers and fare payers.
  • It now leads with eight new comments (two against, six for), somewhat redressing the balance.
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