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An ear infection is affecting his balance.
It can be hard to find the right balance between advising your children and controlling them.
A healthy diet is about getting the correct balance of a variety of foods.
We’re trying to strike a balance between fun and learning.
These creatures have upset the delicate ecological balance in the lake.
The current balance in your account is £1,182.
The balance of public opinion was against the proposal.
The balance has shifted in favour of the president.
You can use the balance of the time to finish the assignment.
Jack’s career is hanging in the balance while they consider what to do.
That wheel is off balance.
He kept pulling my arm, throwing me off balance.
I was thrown completely off balance by Anna’s reply.
This is the British English definition of balance. View American English definition of balance.