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

The meaning of "Balance" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does To stand with a balance ball at the wall mean?
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Q: What does We have balance with our portfolio. mean?
A: our portfolio is balanced *
Q: What does in a delicate balance mean?
A: it's like if you tried to balance a pencil on your finger. once you get it balanced any movement to one side will make the pencil fall.

Q: What does achieve a balance mean?
A: For example:
"I want to achieve a balance between my work life and my home life."

"When trying to lose weight, It's important to achieve a balance between a good diet and exercise."

"When you're dating someone new, it can be difficult to achieve a balance between not being too clingy while also showing your interest in the person."
Q: What does TO pay any outstanding balance if necessary mean?
A: If you have any money that is due (money that you owe to a company or someone else), then it means to pay that money.

For example, each month you get a cell phone bill. If you forget to pay the bill on time, then you will have an "outstanding balance".

"Balance" refers to the amount (of money) owed or available in your account.

"Outstanding", in this context, basically means "unpaid" or "not yet resolved"

So effectively it means "to pay any remaining money that you still owe" (if you still owe any money).

Example sentences using "Balance"

Q: Please show me example sentences with combined balance .
A: The restaurant is located on the LG floor, in the same area as the beach and pool
Q: Please show me example sentences with balance due .
A: "Thank you for shopping with us! The balance due is $100."

"The balance due on your credit card is $123. Please pay by the end of the month. "
Q: Please show me example sentences with balance.
A: We're trying to strike a proper balance.

I feel off balance today.

It's difficult to balance work and family.
Q: Please show me example sentences with work-life balance .
A: "i don't get much time off due to my work life balance"

my job offers a good work-life balance

my work life balance puts a strain on my personal life.

if im honest its not a common subject most people just lump it in with lifestyle and usually say, due to my lifestyle

Synonyms of "Balance" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between not balance and disproportionate ?
Q: What is the difference between within

the balance of 500 dollar must be paid within 90 days and in

the balance of 500 dollar must be paid in 90 days ?
A: “Within” means the 500 dollars can be paid any time in that 90 days, while “in” means that the 500 dollars should be paid on the 90th day
Q: What is the difference between remaining balance and outstanding balance ?
A: "remaining balance" is the amount you have left after you take out some money.
(I have $100 in my bank account. I withdraw $30. The remaining balance is $70)

"outstanding balance" is the money that you owe.
(You owe the bank $100. You pay $40 today. Your outstanding balance is $60)
Q: What is the difference between balance of forces and balance of power(s)? can we say that and The USA doesn't tend to establish a new balance of powers(or forces)? ?
A: I suppose that...
"forces" implies something like soldiers and ships, military hardware. "American forces" would be taken to mean "American military"
"power" can be any sort of power.

"balance of power" is a specific phrase, whose meaning is quite complex. It can either mean:

- a balance of power: no single country being dominant, or

- one country/faction/individual holding the balance of power: say if two people are fighting, and a third neutral person comes along, that third person holds the balance of power. Whoever they join will win the fight.

I hope that helps!

Translations of "Balance"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? balance
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? balance
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? balance sheet
A: They're pronouncing "balance" correctly, but not "sheet", and that's not a word you want to pronounce incorrectly.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? this? balance? weight balance?
A: A scale

Other questions about "Balance"

Q: What does ""on balance" it had."(3rd paragraph) mean?

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Former FBI Director James Comey, in his first television interview since special counsel Robert Mueller concluded his investigation, said the principal findings of the probe show President Donald Trump's blistering criticism of the FBI were lies and his attempt to destroy the agency had failed.

Comey, in an exclusive interview with NBC News, told "Nightly News" anchor Lester Holt that the release of Attorney General William Barr's summary of Mueller's investigation "establishes, I hope, to all people no matter where they are on the spectrum, that the FBI is not corrupt, not a nest of vipers, of spies, but an honest group of people trying to find out what is true."

Responding to Holt's question about whether the "damage to the reputation of the justice system, FBI in particular, been worth it," Comey replied that "on balance" it had.

"I don't think that we've seen in the history of our country, the president try to burn down an institution of justice because he saw it as a threat," Comey said. "And the lies he told, forget about me, the lies he told about the agents of the FBI, 'storm troopers,' the lies he told about Bob Mueller, were terrible."

"But in the long run, the institutions will be fine, because the American people know them and also know this president, know what he's like," Comey added. "I think the people of the United States are going to see what I know about the FBI: These are people who are not in anyone's tribe, they're trying to find the facts."
A: In answering the question about whether the damage was worth it, Comey's reply is that it was worth it, when you weigh/consider the pros and cons. “On balance” = balancing the pluses and minuses, good and bad.
Q: "It says the balance is out, you need to charge your card." does this sound natural?
A: You need to recharge your card, because the balance has been depleted.
... because the balance is zero.
Q: It helps to improve balance of my body and strengthen my core. It also reduce my stress so it is one of my best things to do a day. does this sound natural?
A: It helps to improve THE balance of my body and strengthen my core. It also reduceS my stress. So it is one of THE best things I do DURING THE day.
Q: ​​To promote work-health balance lifestyle, Company will organize another walkathon on the date of 25.Jun.2017. Please find out the route from the attached map. Company will prepare some special prizes for the participates.

You and your family members are welcome to join this event . Please get back to me by 26.May, then we will arrange for the subsequent works.

You can feel free to stop as you might not want to finish the full distance.

The finial event details will be announced later on.
does this sound natural?
A: here, try it like this!

"To promote a work-health balance lifestyle, The company will be organizing walkathon on the 25th of June 2017. Please find out the route from the attached map. The company will prepare some special prizes for the participates.

You and your family members are welcome to join this event . Please get back to me by May 26th. We will then we will arrange for the subsequent works.

Feel free to stop, as you might not want to finish the full distance.

The rest of the event details will be announced at a later date."
Q: He lost his balance and almost fell to the front after sitting on the bed. does this sound natural?
A: @misokatsu: While seated he lost his balance and almost fell from the bed.

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