Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Pendulum"

The meaning of "Pendulum" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does The pendulum of a broken heart has brought forth a “demon” ken
A: 'Pendulum' here means 'outcome', 'consequence', 'effect'

"Brought forth" means 'made', 'produced'

So, the sentence as a whole means,

"The effects of a broken heart has made a demon"

Q: What does I think the pendulum swung too far to the audience mean?
A: This is quite complex. However, I think it means that people who make movies/TV/plays/concerts/something had been focusing too much on finding the right audience for a show, but now are more balanced, and putting more focusing on finding the right "context." Does that help?
Q: What does The pendulum risks swinging too far. mean?
A: This means that the current situation (political, economic, etc.) is in danger of becoming too extreme.
Q: What does pendulum mean?
A: pendulum is something that swings side to side, like on an old fashioned grandfather clock
Q: What does the political pendulum began to swing the other way. mean?
A: @Ri-na Pendulum is 「振り子」。

This is a metaphor.

It means the political mood reversed. It moved opposite.

Translations of "Pendulum"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? pendulum
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Q: The pendulum hung on a string is swinging at a constant pace. Does this sound natural?
A: I appreciate it.

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