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balance

美 [ˈbæləns]
英 ['bæləns]
  • n.平衡;均衡;余额;天平
  • v.抵消;相抵;使(在某物上)保持平衡;立稳
  • 网络差额;结余;平衡性
复数:balances  现在分词:balancing  过去式:balanced  
balance
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n.
等量equal amounts
1.
[u][sing]
均衡;平衡;均势a situation in which different things exist in equal, correct or good amounts
This newspaper maintains a good balance in its presentation of different opinions.
这份报纸不偏不倚地报道不同的意见。
Tourists often disturb the delicate balance of nature on the island.
观光客常常干扰岛上脆弱的自然生态平衡。
His wife's death disturbed the balance of his mind .
妻子的离世使他心神不宁。
Try to keep a balance between work and relaxation.
尽量保持工作与休闲均衡。
身体of body
2.
[u]
平衡能力the ability to keep steady with an equal amount of weight on each side of the body
Athletes need a good sense of balance.
运动员要有良好的平衡感。
I struggled to keep my balance on my new skates.
我穿着新溜冰鞋,努力保持平衡。
She cycled round the corner, lost her balance and fell off.
她骑车拐弯时失去平衡,摔了下来。
money
3.
[c][ususing]
余额the amount that is left after taking numbers or money away from a total
to check your bank balance(= to find out how much money there is in your account)
核对银行结存
4.
[c][ususing]
结欠an amount of money still owed after some payment has been made
The balance of $500 must be paid within 90 days.
500 元结欠款必须于 90 天之内付清。
instrument for weighing
5.
[c]
天平;秤an instrument for weighing things, with a bar that is supported in the middle and has dishes hanging from each end
IDM
(on) the balance of evidence/probability
(从)总的来说;(考虑)正反两方面;权衡双方证据(considering) the evidence on both sides of an argument, to find the most likely reason for or result of sth
The long-term future of the space programme hangs in the balance.
航天计划的长远前景尚未明朗。
(be/hang) in the balance
(前途)不明朗;(结果)未定,悬而未决if the future of sth/sb, or the result of sth is/hangsin the balance , it is uncertain
The long-term future of the space programme hangs in the balance.
航天计划的长远前景尚未明朗。
I was thrown off balance by the sudden gust of wind.
突如其来的一阵风差点儿把我吹倒。
The senator was clearly caught off balance by the unexpected question.
参议员显然因这意想不到的问题而不知所措。
(catch/throw sb) off balance
使失去平衡(而有跌落危险)to make sb/sth unsteady and in danger of falling
I was thrown off balance by the sudden gust of wind.
突如其来的一阵风差点儿把我吹倒。
使(毫无准备而)不知所措to make sb surprised and no longer calm
The senator was clearly caught off balance by the unexpected question.
参议员显然因这意想不到的问题而不知所措。
On balance, the company has had a successful year.
总的来说,公司这一年业绩很好。
on balance
总的来说after considering all the information
On balance, the company has had a successful year.
总的来说,公司这一年业绩很好。
v.
保持平衡keep steady
1.
[i][t]
使(在某物上)保持平衡;立稳to put your body or sth else into a position where it is steady and does not fall
How long can you balance on one leg?
你单腿能站多久?
The television was precariously balanced on top of a pile of books.
电视机放在一堆书上面,不稳当。
She balanced the cup on her knee.
她把杯子在膝盖上放稳。
(使)相等be/keep equal
2.
[i][t]
相抵;抵消to be equal in value, amount, etc. to sth else that has the opposite effect
The good and bad effects of any decision will usually balance out.
任何决策的效果往往利弊互见。
This year's profits will balance our previous losses.
本年度的赢利将可弥补我们之前的亏损。
His lack of experience was balanced by a willingness to learn.
他的好学弥补了他经验的不足。
3.
[t]
~ A with/and B
同等重视(相对的两个事物或方面)to give equal importance to two contrasting things or parts of sth
She tries to balance home life and career.
她力图兼顾家庭生活和事业。
比较compare
4.
[t]
~ A against B
比较(两个相对的事物);权衡重要性to compare the relative importance of two contrasting things
The cost of obtaining legal advice needs to be balanced against its benefits.
法律咨询的费用与其效益需权衡一下。
money
5.
[t]
~ sth
结平(账目)to show that in an account the total money spent is equal to the total money received; to calculate the difference between the two totals

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