Definition of equilibrize in English:

equilibrize

Line breaks: equili|brize
Pronunciation: /ɪˈkwɪlɪbrʌɪz
 
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(also equilibrise)

verb

[with object] literary , rare
Counteract or equal the effect or importance of; balance.
More example sentences
  • Planets less dominant than the sun and moon have, undoubtedly, their share in equilibrizing the waters of the earth.
  • I am entrusted by her Majesty with the task of allegorically depicting seven theological virtues and not three, a number recognized as inadequate to equilibrize the seven deadly sins.
  • We were not able to equilibrize the nitrogen balance in the soil even with repeated manuring and the use of mineral nitrogen.

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