balance


balance
m.
1 balance sheet (finance) (document).
balance consolidado consolidated balance sheet
balance de pagos balance of payments (Am)
2 outcome.
hacer balance (de) to take stock (of)
el accidente tuvo un balance de seis heridos a total of six people were wounded in the accident
3 remainder, residue, rest, balance.
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balance
nombre masculino
1 (movimiento) rocking
2 COMERCIO (operación) balance; (hoja) balance sheet
3 (cálculo) total
el balance provisional es de quince muertos the provisional death toll is fifteen
4 (resultado) outcome, result
el balance de la reunión ha sido positivo on balance, the meeting was successful
5 (equilibrio) balance
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FRASEOLOGÍA
hacer un balance de to take stock of, weigh up, evaluate
balance acústico sound balance
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SM
1) (Econ) [de una cuenta] balance; (=documento) balance (sheet); (Com) [de existencias] stocktaking, inventory (EEUU)

hacer balance — [de una cuenta] to draw up a balance; [de existencias] to take stock, do the stocktaking

balance consolidado — consolidated balance sheet

balance de comprobación — trial balance

balance de pagos — balance of payments

balance de situación — balance sheet

2) (=resultado)

el balance de víctimas mortales en el accidente — the death toll in the accident, the number of dead in the accident

el equipo tiene un balance de dos victorias y tres derrotas — so far the team have had two wins and three defeats

un abogado con un buen balance de casos ganados — a lawyer who has won a good proportion of his cases

3) (=evaluación) [de hecho, situación] assessment, evaluation

los puntos negros en el balance del año académico — the black spots in the assessment o evaluation of the academic year

hizo balance de los cinco años de su gobierno — he assessed o evaluated o took stock of the five years of his government

4) (=balanceo) to-and-fro motion; [de un barco] roll, rolling
5) (=indecisión) vacillation
6) Caribe (=mecedora) rocking chair
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masculino
1)
a) (resumen, valoración) assessment, evaluation

hacer balance de algo — to take stock of something, to evaluate something

b) (resultado) result, outcome

un balance positivo/negativo — a positive/negative result o outcome

2) (Com, Fin)
a) (inventario) stocktaking
b) (cálculo, cómputo) balance
c) (documento) balance sheet

cuadrar un balance — to balance (off) the accounts

d) (de cuenta) balance
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= supply balance sheet, balance, balance sheet.
Ex. The OECD publishes annual supply balance sheets for meat, dairy products and eggs, and food consumption statistics, for each of its twenty-four member states.
Ex. The concept of such co-operation is very interesting and we continue to build a history of Stumpers activity to assess the balance of 'giving and taking'.
Ex. The balance sheets indicate the degree of dependence on certain imported minerals.
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* balance bancario = bank balance.
* balance comercial = balance of trade, trade balance.
* balance de cuentas = financial statement.
* balance final = balance.
* balance final, el = bottom line, the.
* hacer balance de = take + stock of.
* hacer el balance de cuentas = balance + the cash, balance + the cash drawer.
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masculino
1)
a) (resumen, valoración) assessment, evaluation

hacer balance de algo — to take stock of something, to evaluate something

b) (resultado) result, outcome

un balance positivo/negativo — a positive/negative result o outcome

2) (Com, Fin)
a) (inventario) stocktaking
b) (cálculo, cómputo) balance
c) (documento) balance sheet

cuadrar un balance — to balance (off) the accounts

d) (de cuenta) balance
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= supply balance sheet, balance, balance sheet.

Ex: The OECD publishes annual supply balance sheets for meat, dairy products and eggs, and food consumption statistics, for each of its twenty-four member states.

Ex: The concept of such co-operation is very interesting and we continue to build a history of Stumpers activity to assess the balance of 'giving and taking'.
Ex: The balance sheets indicate the degree of dependence on certain imported minerals.
* balance bancario = bank balance.
* balance comercial = balance of trade, trade balance.
* balance de cuentas = financial statement.
* balance final = balance.
* balance final, el = bottom line, the.
* hacer balance de = take + stock of.
* hacer el balance de cuentas = balance + the cash, balance + the cash drawer.

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balance
masculine
A
1
(resumen, valoración): elaboró un balance sobre sus dos años en el puesto she took stock of her two years in the job
hizo un balance económico y artístico del festival he evaluated o assessed the festival from a financial and artistic point of view
2 (resultado) result, outcome
su gestión arroja un balance positivo/negativo his management has produced positive/negative results
un total de 25 muertos es el balance definitivo del incendio the final death toll in the fire is 25
B (Com, Fin)
1 (inventario) stocktaking
2 (cálculo, cómputo) balance
3 (documento) balance sheet
cuadrar un balance to balance (off) the accounts, to get the accounts to balance
4 (de una cuenta) balance
Compuesto:
balance de comprobación
masculine trial balance
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balance sustantivo masculino
1
a) (resumen, valoración) assessment, evaluation;

hacer balance de algo to take stock of sth, to evaluate sth
b) (resultado) result, outcome

2 (Com, Fin) (cálculo, cómputo) balance;
(documento) balance sheet;
(de cuenta) balance
balance sustantivo masculino
1 Fin balance
(documento financiero) balance sheet
2 (valoración, resultado) outcome: se desconoce el balance de víctimas, the number of victims is unknown
3 fig (reflexión, valoración) tienes que hacer balance de tu matrimonio, you must take stock of your marriage
'balance' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
balanza
- casar
- cuadrar
- deficitaria
- deficitario
- desequilibrar
- desnivelar
- desnivelada
- desnivelado
- deudor
- deudora
- equilibrar
- equilibrio
- nivelar
- saldo
- ajustar
- balancear
- contrapeso
- desequilibrado
- mantener
- perder
English:
balance
- balance of payments
- balance of power
- balance out
- balance sheet
- bank balance
- bottom line
- consolidate
- debit balance
- doctor
- off-balance
- outstanding
- quarterly statement
- trading results
- weekly statement
- bank
- credit
- fine
- footing
- over
- stock
- strike
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balance nm
1. Com [operación] balance;
[documento] balance sheet
Comp
balance de comprobación trial balance;
balance consolidado consolidated balance sheet;
balance de inventario stock check;
Am balance de pagos balance of payments
2. [resultado] outcome;
el balance de la experiencia fue positivo on balance, the experience was a positive one;
el accidente tuvo un balance de seis heridos a total of six people were wounded in the accident;
el balance de muertos the death toll
3. [análisis, reflexión] assessment;
han hecho un balance positivo de la gestión del nuevo presidente their assessment of the new president's performance is positive;
al acabar la temporada, hicieron balance de los resultados at the end of the season they took stock of o reflected on their results
4. [en equipo de música] balance
5. Cuba [balancín] rocking chair
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balance
m COM balance;
hacer balance do the books;
hacer el balance fig : de situación take stock
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balance nm
1) : balance
2) : balance sheet

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