Meaning of “strike a balance” in the English Dictionary

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"strike a balance" in British English

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strike a balance

C1 If you strike a balance between two things, you accept parts 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 right balance between quality and productivity.

(Definition of “strike a balance” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)