|Origin:||aequilibrium, from aequi- ( EQUI-) + libra 'weight, balance'|
e‧qui‧lib‧ri‧um [singular, uncountable]
a balance between different people, groups, or forces that compete with each other, so that none is stronger than the others and a situation is not likely to change suddenly:
The government is anxious not to upset the economic equilibrium.
a state in which you are calm and not angry or upset:
She struggled to recover her equilibrium.