英 [,iːkwɪ'lɪbrɪəm; ,ekwɪ-]
TEM8 IELTS GRE TOEFL CET6
- equilibrium (n.)
- c. 1600, "state of mental balance," from Latin aequilibrium "an even balance; a horizontal position," from aequilibris "equal, level, horizontal, evenly balanced," from aequus "equal" (see equal (adj.)) + libra "a balance, scale, plummet" (see Libra). Related: Equilibrious.
- 1. He had recovered his equilibrium and even his good humour, somehow.
- 2. Stocks seesawed ever lower until prices found some new level of equilibrium.
- 3. Any disturbance to the body's state of equilibrium can produce stress.
- 4. Change in the world around us disturbs our inner equilibrium.
- 5. This brings us to the general meaning and effect of economic equilibrium.
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