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"balanced" in British English

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balancedadjective

uk   /ˈbæl.ənst/  us   /ˈbæl.ənst/
B2 considering all sides or opinions equally: The news programme prided itself on its balanced reporting.
containing an equal amount or number of similar things or people: The committee is evenly balanced, with six members from each party.
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(Definition of balanced from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"balanced" in American English

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balancedadjective

 us   /ˈbæl·ənst/
  • balanced adjective (HAVING RIGHT AMOUNTS)

giving all sides equal attention and consideration: The news program prided itself on its balanced reporting.
A balanced budget is a financial plan in which the amount of money spent is not greater than the amount received.
A balanced diet is a combination of the correct types and amounts of food.
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