keep your balance
This page is about the collocation keep your balance
collocation pattern: verb + noun
to remain steady on your feet and not stumble or fall
- I knew he was drunk because he couldn't keep his balance.
- The pole they carry helps tightrope walkers to keep their balance.
A collocation with the opposite meaning is "lose your balance"
If you have trouble keeping your balance, you might
Contributor: Matt Errey