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work-life balancenoun [S or U]

uk   /ˌwɜːk.laɪf ˈbæl.əns/  us   /ˌwɝːk.laɪf ˈbæl.əns/
the ​amount of ​time you ​spend doing ​yourjobcompared with the ​amount of ​time you ​spend with ​yourfamily and doing things you ​enjoy: It can be ​difficult to get the ​right work-life ​balance.
(Definition of work-life balance from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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work-life balancenoun [S or U]

(also work/life balance) uk   us   WORKPLACE
the ​amount of ​time you ​spend doing your ​job compared with the ​amount of ​time you ​spend with your family and doing things you enjoy: Men have ​lowexpectations of ​securing a better ​work-lifebalance. Smart ​employers know that ​workers who have a good ​work/​lifebalance are more dependable, ​loyal, and ​productive.
(Definition of work-life balance from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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