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balance British & World English

An even distribution of weight enabling someone or something to remain upright and steady

balance English Thesaurus

I tripped and lost my balance

the Balance in balance British & World English

The zodiacal sign or constellation Libra

tip the scales British & World English

Be the deciding factor; make the critical difference

on balance British & World English

When all factors are taken into consideration

balance tab British & World English

A tab on a control surface of an aircraft which reduces the amount of force needed to move the control surface by moving in the opposite direction

off balance British & World English

Not even, stable, or in correct proportions

balance beam British & World English

A narrow horizontal bar raised off the floor, on which a gymnast balances while performing exercises

balance sheet British & World English

A statement of the assets, liabilities, and capital of a business or other organization at a particular point in time, detailing the balance of income and expenditure over the preceding period

balance wheel British & World English

The regulating device in a watch or clock

bank balance British & World English

The amount of money held in a bank account at a given moment

trial balance British & World English

A statement of all debits and credits in a double-entry account book, with any disagreement indicating an error

white balance British & World English

The colour balance on a digital camera

spring balance British & World English

A balance that measures weight by the tension of a spring

torsion balance British & World English

An instrument for measuring very weak forces by their effect upon a system of fine twisted wire

in the balance British & World English

In an uncertain or critical state

balance of power British & World English

A situation in which states of the world have roughly equal power

balance of trade British & World English

The difference in value between a country’s imports and exports

strike a balance British & World English

Choose a moderate course

balance of payments British & World English

The difference in total value between payments into and out of a country over a period

redress the balance British & World English

Restore equality in a situation

throw someone off balance British & World English

Make someone unsteady and in danger of falling

books in book British & World English

A set of records or accounts

on balance in balance British & World English

When all factors are taken into consideration

in the balance in balance British & World English

In an uncertain or critical state

overbalance British & World English

Fall or cause to fall over from loss of balance

rebalance British & World English

Restore the correct balance to; balance again or differently

balance of power in balance British & World English

A situation in which states of the world have roughly equal power

balance of trade in balance British & World English

The difference in value between a country’s imports and exports

tip the scales in tip2 British & World English

Be the deciding factor; make the critical difference

balance wheel in balance British & World English

The regulating device in a clock or watch

microbalance British & World English

A balance for weighing masses of a fraction of a gram

balance of payments in balance British & World English

The difference in total value between payments into and out of a country over a period

redress the balance in redress British & World English

Restore equality in a situation

counterbalance British & World English

A weight that balances another weight

on balance in balance English Thesaurus

their allegation is, on balance, substantially correct

throw someone off balance in off balance British & World English

Make someone unsteady and in danger of falling

in the balance in balance English Thesaurus

the aircraft's future is in the balance after this crash

throw or catch someone off balance in off balance British & World English

Make someone unsteady and in danger of falling


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