[ ˌiːkwɪlˈɪbɹa͡ɪz], [ ˌiːkwɪlˈɪbɹaɪz], [ ˌiː_k_w_ɪ_l_ˈɪ_b_ɹ_aɪ_z]
Related words: equilibrism, equilibrates, equilibrating, balance, balancing, equilibrium
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How to use "Equilibrise" in context?
Equilibrise is to bring a balance or equilibrium to a situation. In terms of physical terms, equilibrise is the act of achieving a state of equilibrium and stability by achieving a redistribution of mass within a system. In psychology, equilibrise can refer to the process of restoring equilibrium within an individual or group following a disturbance or destabilisation. Equilibrium can be described as a state of rest, or a dynamic balance between opposing forces.
The concept of equilibrium is central to the study of physics and engineering.
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