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counterbalance

a weight or force that balances or offsets another

counterbalance

[¦kau̇nt·ər¦bal·əns]
(mechanical engineering)
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All students were taught two series of five mathematics lessons in a repeated measure, counterbalanced design.
New features include a counterbalanced dump valve coupled with a proximity switch on the dust collar to provide quicker and more accurate discharge.
Fly harnesses Hope Clark to one end of a giant counterbalanced lever.
However, the healthy growth in incontinence products has counterbalanced the declines suffered by other core sectors.
The three-wheel FBXT and four-wheel FBX counterbalanced electric forklifts are Nexen's latest additions to its range and offer lifting capacities from 1,600 to 2,000kg.
The R30XM order picker comes in four configurations for heavy-duty counterbalanced (R30XM3), straddle loads (R30XMA3), standard-duty counterbalanced (R30XMS3) and long loads up to 96 inches (R30XMF3).
All of his illness was counterbalanced by his love for football.
Additionally, the triple counterbalanced mechanism provides optimum handling of full or unbalanced loads, regardless of flask placement.
Rats seem comfortable in the mock-up, which is suspended from a counterbalanced tether, he adds.
In a practice that has a history laden with celebrations and denials of its illusionistic artifice counterbalanced by denials and celebrations of its material a ctuality, Stark manages to bridge the two--making pictures that almost become what they depict.
Four of the existing Atlet pallet transporters have been retained and the company supplied anew Toyota LPG powered counterbalanced lift truck for loading vehicles.
Desiree playfully exploited her substantial technical resources as she pranced through the quirky turns and confidently attacked the counterbalanced adagio.