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Meaning of “strike a balance” in the English Dictionary

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strike a balance

C1 If you strike a ​balance between two things, you ​acceptparts of both things in ​order to ​satisfy some of the ​demands of both ​sides in an ​argument, ​rather than all the ​demands of just one ​side: It's a ​question of ​striking the ​rightbalance betweenquality and ​productivity.
(Definition of strike a balance from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “strike a balance”
in Chinese (Simplified) (在争论中)找到折中办法,求得平衡…
in Chinese (Traditional) (在爭論中)找到折衷辦法,求得平衡…
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