equilibrio

noun equi·lib·rio \ ˌēkwəˈlibrēˌō also ˌek- \

Definition of equilibrio

archaic
:equilibrium
  • in uncertain equilibrio between soberness and its reverse
  • —Herman Melville
used especially in the phrase in equilibrio

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Origin and Etymology of equilibrio

Latin aequilibrio (as in in aequilibrio), ablative of aequilibrium


Learn More about equilibrio

  1. Spanish Central: Translation of equilibrio


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