Definition of 'balanced'
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Try to eat a balanced diet. Times, Sunday Times (2016)You would definitely benefit from doing more exercise and having a healthier, balanced diet. The Sun (2016)A balanced diet and regular activity will help your pet to maintain a healthy size and weight. Times, Sunday Times (2017)And if she persuades more people to have a balanced diet along the way, all power to her. Times, Sunday Times (2017)It's more about having a healthy, balanced diet. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We can all reduce our risk of stroke by exercising regularly, consuming a healthy, balanced diet and getting our blood pressure checked. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Using free weights instead would keep his body balanced. The Sun (2009)White has written a sympathetic and balanced account of an unsympathetic and unbalanced character. Times, Sunday Times (2009)We have a fair and balanced system. The Sun (2015)Running a balanced budget is one such issue. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Young people need to understand how to enjoy a balanced diet and active lifestyle. Times, Sunday Times (2006)This is a fine and balanced book. Times, Sunday Times (2006)There is no realistic hope of a more fair and balanced environment. Times, Sunday Times (2011)It is obliged to present a balanced budget. The Government and Politics of France (1989)Out went the junk food and in came a balanced diet and exercise. The Sun (2012)My book does not claim to be a balanced book by any means. Christianity Today (2000)It has to be fair and balanced. The Sun (2011)But it means we will have a balanced defence budget. The Sun (2012)Once again we return to the theme of a balanced diet. PCOS DIET BOOK: How you can use the nutritional approach to deal with polycystic ovary syndrome (2002)He added that the lump sum payment agreed between the parties fairly represented a balanced appraisal of the unusual circumstances of the case. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We ourselves try to take a calm, balanced and practical approach to the subject. Taking Drugs Seriously (1994)Body benefits It builds a balanced body. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Despite this, he produces a balanced and stylish account. Times, Sunday Times (2014)But this is a manifesto, not a balanced account of parenting. The Times Literary Supplement (2011)This eloquent, humane and balanced book wears its erudition lightly. The Times Literary Supplement (2010)All fairly balanced... until now. The Sun (2010)He is always (overly) balanced and reasonable. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Most people are a combination of the two - fairly balanced - and this is good. Beat Stress (1992)If your daughter eats a fairly balanced diet, it's likely that she will be getting enough calcium at this stage. Times, Sunday Times (2006)You can look at love in a calm, balanced way, understand your own feelings and see the true potential of a relationship. The Sun (2014)
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Translations for 'balanced'
British English: balanced /ˈbælənst/ ADJECTIVE
A balanced account or report is fair and reasonable.
...a fair, balanced, comprehensive report.
- American English: balanced
- Arabic: مُتَوازِن
- Brazilian Portuguese: equilibrado
- Chinese: 平稳的
- Croatian: uravnotežen
- Czech: vyvážený
- Danish: afvejet
- Dutch: evenwichtig
- European Spanish: equilibrado
- Finnish: tasapainoinen
- French: équilibré
- German: ausgeglichen
- Greek: ισορροπημένος
- Italian: equilibrato
- Japanese: バランスのとれた
- Korean: 균형 잡힌
- Norwegian: balansert
- Polish: zrównoważony
- European Portuguese: equilibrado
- Romanian: echilibrat
- Russian: взвешенный
- Spanish: equilibrado
- Swedish: balanserad
- Thai: ที่สมดุล
- Turkish: dengeli
- Ukrainian: виважений
- Vietnamese: cân bằng
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