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English definition of “balance brought down”

balance brought down

noun [C]
(abbreviation balance b/d, also balance brought forward, abbreviation balance b/f, abbreviation balance b/fwd)
ACCOUNTING the balance at the beginning of a new period, which is the same as the balance at the end of the previous period
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