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Translation of "balance" - English-Turkish dictionary

balance

noun     /ˈbæləns/
WEIGHT [U]
B2 when the weight of someone or something is spread in such a way that they do not fall over denge I lost my balance and fell off the bike. The force of the explosion threw him off balance (= it was difficult for him to stay standing).Balance and imbalance
EQUAL [U, no plural]
B2 when the correct amount of importance is given to each thing so that a situation is successful denge, dengeli oran, dağıtım We hope to strike a balance between police powers and the protection of citizens. →  Opposite imbalance Balance and imbalance
FAIR [U]
when you consider all the facts in a fair way dengede tutma, herşeyi değerlendirme, dikkate alma I felt his report lacked balance.Justice and fairness
on balance
B2 used to give your opinion after you have considered all the facts about something dengede, herşey hesaba katılmış On balance, I'd prefer a woman dentist to a man.Expressing and asking opinionsRemarks and remarkingControlling emotions
MONEY [C]
B2 the amount of money that you still have to pay, or that you have left to use kalan miktar, bakiye [usually singular] I always pay off the balance on my credit card each month.Things remainingBanks and bank accounts
(Definition of balance noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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