balance


balance
1. n
1) баланс; сальдо; остаток
2) баланс компании или банка
3) равновесие
4) весы

- account balance
- accumulated balances
- active balance
- actual balance
- adverse balance
- adverse balance of payments
- annual balance
- audited balance
- available balance
- average balance
- bank balance
- basic balance
- beginning balance
- blocked balance
- book balance
- brought forward balance
- budgetary balance
- capital and credit balance
- capital flow balance
- carried forward balance
- cash balance
- cash balances held in the bank
- cleared balance
- clearing balance
- closing balance
- commodity balance
- compensating balance
- compensatory balance
- conversion balance
- correspondent balance
- cost-effectiveness balance
- credit balance
- credit-side balance
- current balance
- current account balance
- debit balance
- debit-side balance
- decimal balance
- declining balance
- declining principal balance
- detailed trial balance
- dormant balance
- double-declining balance
- ecological balance
- economic balance
- electric balance
- electronic balance
- ending balance
- exchange balance
- export balance of payments
- export balance of trade
- export-import balance
- external balance
- external trade balance
- favourable balance
- favourable balance of payments
- fixed assets balance
- food balance
- foreign balance
- foreign exchange balance
- foreign trade balance
- forward balance
- free balance
- fuel balance
- import balance of trade
- in-stock balance
- interbank balance
- interlacing balance
- intersectoral balance
- inventory balance
- inventory-to-sales balance
- invisible balance
- invisible trade balance
- ledger balance
- line balance
- marginal balance
- material balance
- merchandise trade balance
- monthly balance
- national economic balance
- negative balance
- negative balance of payments
- negative balance of trade
- net balance
- net credit balance
- net liquidity balance
- nostro balance
- on-demand trial balance
- opening balance
- overall balance
- overall balance of accounts receivable
- overstated book balance
- overstated inventory balances
- passive balance
- passive balance of trade
- performance balance
- positive balance
- positive balance of trade
- post-closing trial balance
- precision balance
- preclosing trial balance
- preliminary trial balance
- profit balance
- profit-and-loss balance
- reasonable balance
- red balance
- regional balance
- reserve balance
- rough balance
- separate balance
- stock-and-provision balance
- strategic balance
- summary balance
- surplus balance
- till balance
- trade balance
- transactions cash balances
- trial balance
- turnover balance
- unamortized balance
- uncleared balance
- understated book balance
- unexpended balance
- unfavourable balance
- unfavourable balance of payments
- unfavourable balance of trade
- unpaid balance
- value-dated balance
- visible balance
- working balance
- zero balance
- balance between revenue and expenditure flows
- balance in red
- balance in terms of value
- balance in your favour
- balance of all financial operations
- balance of an account
- balance of accounts
- balance of an amount
- balance of bank financing
- balance of claims and liabilities
- balance of commitment
- balance of current transactions
- balance of debt
- balance of expenditures
- balance of external financing
- balance of forces
- balance of foreign debt
- balance of income and expenditure
- balance of indebtedness
- balance of interest
- balance of international payments
- balance of money
- balance of money income and expenditure
- balance of national income
- balance of an order
- balance of payments
- balance of payments on capital account
- balance of payments on current account
- balance of payments surplus
- balance of receipts and disbursements
- balance of savings and investment expenditures
- balance of services
- balance of stock on hand
- balance of surplus account
- balance of trade
- balance on deposit
- balance on hand
- balance brought forward
- balance carried forward
- balance due to
- balance owed to
- balance owing
- balance payable
- balance standing to a customer's credit
- balance standing to customer's debt
- balance standing to one's credit
- balance standing to one's debit
- on balance
- arrive at the balance
- audit a balance
- block a credit balance
- bring forward balances
- bring into balance incomes and expenditures
- carry forward the balance
- deliver the balance of the goods
- disturb balance
- draw up the balance
- make up a balance
- offset a balance
- pay the balance
- produce the balance
- redress the balance of trade
- restore balance
- settle a balance
- show a balance
- strike the balance
- update the balance
- upset balance
2. v
1) балансировать
2) сбалансировать

- balance the accounts
3. attr.
балансовый

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