strike a balance between sth and sth

strike a balance between sth and sth
strike a balance (between sth and sth)
[T] to find a way to satisfy two opposing demands or needs: »

We have recruited younger members to the board in an effort to strike a balance between popular appeal and innovative experimentation.

Main Entry: strike

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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  • strike a balance — (between sth and sth) ► [T] to find a way to satisfy two opposing demands or needs: »We have recruited younger members to the board in an effort to strike a balance between popular appeal and innovative experimentation. Main Entry: ↑strike …   Financial and business terms

  • strike — strike1 W3S3 [straık] v past tense and past participle struck [strʌk] ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(hit)¦ 2¦(hit with hand/weapon etc)¦ 3¦(thought/idea)¦ 4 strike somebody as (being) something 5¦(stop work)¦ 6¦(attack)¦ 7¦(harm)¦ 8¦(something bad happens)¦ …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • strike — See exercise price See exercise price NYSE Euronext Glossary * * * ▪ I. strike strike 1 [straɪk] noun [countable] HUMAN RESOURCES a period of time during which a group of workers deliberately stop working because of a disagreement about pay,… …   Financial and business terms

  • strike*/*/ — [straɪk] (past tense and past participle struck [strʌk] ) verb I 1) [T] formal to hit against someone or something The car struck a tree.[/ex] The ball struck her hard on the left shoulder.[/ex] About 50 worshippers were inside the church when it …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • strike — 1 /straIk/ verb past tense and past participle struck /str k/ THINK/NOTICE 1 (transitive not in progressive) if a thought or idea strikes you, you suddenly realize that it is important, interesting, surprising, bad etc: The funny side of the… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • balance — 1 noun 1 STEADY (U) a state in which all your weight is evenly spread so that you do not fall: You need a good sense of balance to ride a bicycle. | lose your balance (=be unable to stay steady and not fall): I lost my balance and fell on my face …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • balance — bal|ance1 W2S2 [ˈbæləns] n ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(steady)¦ 2¦(equal amounts)¦ 3 on balance 4¦(surprise somebody)¦ 5¦(bank)¦ 6¦(money owed)¦ 7¦(remaining)¦ 8 be/hang in the balance 9 tip/swing the balance 10¦(for weighing)¦ …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • work — ▪ I. work work 1 [wɜːk ǁ wɜːrk] verb 1. [intransitive] to do a job that you are paid for: • Harry is 78 and still working. • Most of the people I went to school with work in factories. work for • David works for a broadcasting company …   Financial and business terms

  • price — A fixed value of something. Prices are usually expressed in monetary terms. In a free market, prices are set as a result of the interaction of supply and demand in a market; when demand for a product increases and supply remains constant, the… …   Financial and business terms

  • transparency — The degree to which a market is characterised by prompt availability of accurate price and volume information which gives participants comfort that the market is fair. LIFFE * * * transparent trans‧par‧ent [trænˈspærənt, ˈspeər ǁ ˈspær , ˈsper ]… …   Financial and business terms

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