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balance

noun /ˈbӕləns/
a state of physical steadiness
equilibrio
The child was walking along the wall when he lost his balance and fell.
(business) the amount by which the two sides of a financial account (money spent and money received) differ
saldo
I have a balance (= amount remaining) of $100 in my bank account a large bank balance.
a weighing instrument
balanza
a kitchen balance.
state of mental or emotional steadiness
equilibrio
The balance of her mind was disturbed.
balance of payments noun (business) the difference between the amount of money which a country pays for imports and the amount it earns from exports
Balanza de Pagos
America’s balance of payments deficit.
balance sheet noun (business) a paper showing a summary and balance of financial accounts
balance
Check the balance sheet for errors.
in the balance in an undecided or uncertain state
estar pendiente de un hilo
Her fate is (hanging) in the balance.
off balance not steady
sin equilibrio
He hit me while I was off balance.
on balance having taken everything into consideration
considerándolo todo, tomando todo en consideración, teniéndolo todo en cuenta
On balance, I think Denise is a better tennis player than my sister.
(Definition of balance from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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