equilibriums


equilibriums
,e·qui'lib·ri·um || ‚ɪːkwɪ'lɪbrɪəm n. balance, state in which all forces act in perfect opposition and cancel the effects of one another

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  • Equilibrium — E qui*lib ri*um, n.; pl. E. {Equilibriums}, L. {Equilibria}. [L. aequilibrium, fr. aequilibris in equilibrium, level; aequus equal + libra balance. See {Equal}, and {Librate}.] 1. Equality of weight or force; an equipoise or a state of rest… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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