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balance sheetnoun [C]

 us   /ˈbæl·əns ˌʃit/
a record of the value of things a company owns and of its debts for a particular period, usually a year
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balance sheetnoun [C]

uk   us  
ACCOUNTING a financial statement that shows a company's assets and debts at a particular time: healthy/strong/weak balance sheet He points out that the company has the strongest balance sheet among all the farm-machinery giants.
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Translations of “balance sheet”
in Chinese (Simplified) 资产负债表,决算表…
in Turkish bilanço…
in Russian балансовый отчет…
in Chinese (Traditional) 資產負債表…
in Polish zestawienie bilansowe…
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