Translation of balanced in Spanish:

balanced

Pronunciation: /ˈbælənst/

adj

  • [diet] equilibrado, balanceado; [approach/view] equilibrado, ecuánime; [personality] equilibrado evenly balanced equilibrado well balanced ponderado, equilibrado
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    • Glenny does his best to combat stereotyping and present a balanced, analytical account.
    • In doing so, the author presents a balanced account of the successes and the failures of Italy's greatest prime minister of the twentieth century.
    • The site purports to be a balanced presentation of information about New Zealand's future energy needs and how we might solve them.
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    • Traditional, organic soy foods, incorporated into a varied, balanced diet, are healthy.
    • Many health experts encourage people to incorporate soy foods into a balanced diet and discourage solely taking soy supplements.
    • We ensured that he ate small amounts of good food in a balanced diet, drank lots of water and took only two supplements every day - a multivitamin/mineral tablet as well as a gram of vitamin C.
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    • Matchmakers must avoid trying to take advantage of this situation to push services or to charge prices that would not interest the client if he or she were in a more balanced state of mind.
    • Despite my rude disappointment as a child, I turned out a balanced person with realistic expectations.
    • After their bath I sat on Zoe's bed and I told them both that being proud of oneself was the bedrock of a balanced personality.

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