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rebalance Line breaks: re|bal¦ance
Pronunciation: /riːˈbaləns/

Definition of rebalance in English:


[with object]
Restore the correct balance to; balance again or differently: the Pilates method aims to rebalance and restore correct posture
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  • Give yourself a deep-conditioning hair treatment to hydrate, restore and rebalance locks in preparation for the months ahead.
  • I now use a cream, with this supplement, which is rubbed onto my body twice daily in order to rebalance the oestrogen-progesterone balance.
  • Hurricanes are a mechanism for rebalancing the differences in energy levels between the ocean and the atmosphere.

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