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English definition of “well balanced”

well balanced

adjective uk   us  
containing a mixture of ideas, people, etc. with each one being represented equally or fairly: The team is unusually well balanced. [before noun] a well-balanced articleB2 A well-balanced group of foods together provide a good range of the things you need to stay healthy: [before noun] a well-balanced meal/dietC1 A well balanced person is calm and reasonable and shows good judgment: [before noun] happy, well-balanced children
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