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1. Balk definition is - to refuse abruptly —used with at
2. Verb (used without object) to stop, as at an obstacle, and refuse to proceed or to do something specified (usually followed by at): He Balked at making the speech
3. A Balk occurs when a pitcher makes an illegal motion on the mound that the umpire deems to be deceitful to the runner (s)
4. What is a Balk? In the simplest sense, a Balk is when the pitcher tries to intentionally deceive the hitter or runner
5. There are many actions that can result in a Balk.
6. But the Balk essentially keeps the pitcher in check by limiting his ability to fake a pitch or a pick-off throw to one of the bases
7. If an umpire deems the pitcher pretended to do either, without clear intention of following through, the Balk is called and each of the runners move up one base.
8. Last Modified Date: February 24, 2021 A Balk in baseball is any action by the pitcher that violates the Balk rule, which restricts the actions of the pitcher when there is at least one runner on base
9. The purpose of the Balk rule is to protect the runner or runners from being deceived by the pitcher.
10. ("Turquoise" in Farsi), her father exclaimed as he saw her blue eyes: Fairuza Alejandra Balk had just been born on May 21, 1974 in Point Reyes, California
11. ("Turquoise" in Farsi), her father exclaimed as he saw her blue eyes: Fairuza Alejandra Balk had just been born on May 21, 1974 in Point Reyes, California
12. Balk noun [C] (BASEBALL) in baseball, an act of stopping in the middle of throwing the ball to the batter, which is against the rules SMART Vocabulary: related words and phrases (Definition of Balk from the …
13. Find 63 ways to say Balk, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.
14. Balk According to the rules of baseball, a Balk is "an illegal act by the pitcher with a runner or runners on base, entitling all runners to advance one base." The purpose of the Balk rule is to preserve a balance between runners attempts to steal bases and the defense's attempts to retire them.
15. Some common synonyms of Balk are baffle, foil, frustrate, and thwart
16. While all these words mean "to check or defeat another's plan or block achievement of a goal," Balk suggests the interposing of obstacles or hindrances
17. Officials felt that legal restrictions had Balked their efforts to control crime
18. Balk (v.) late 14c., "to leave an unplowed ridge when plowing," from Balk (n.)
19. Most modern senses are figurative, from the notion of a Balk in the fields as a hindrance or obstruction: sense of "stop short in one's course" (as a horse confronted with an obstacle) is late 15c.; that of "to refuse" is 1580s.
20. Balk is a town in the northern Netherlands
21. In 2017 Balk had 4,090 inhabitants.
22. While my dog loves to go for walks in good weather, he will always Balk if he gets the slightest whiff of rain in the air
23. 🔊 Although Martin is pretty dependable about following the prescribed routine, he tends to Balk …
24. Balk n noun: Refers to person, place, thing, quality, etc
25. (baseball: illegal feint) (voz inglesa) Balk nm nombre masculino: Sustantivo de género exclusivamente masculino, que lleva los artículos el o un en singular, y los o unos en plural
26. The umpire called a Balk and the runners each moved up one base
27. Balked, Balk·ing, Balks v.intr
28. To stop short and refuse to go on: The horse Balked at the jump
29. To refuse obstinately or abruptly: She Balked at the very idea of compromise
30. Balk at something to resist and object to something; to shy away from doing something
31. I hope they don't Balk at finishing their work
32. Balk's work has been exhibited alongside contemporary luminaries including Mark Ryden and Tara McPherson
33. As a musician, Balk is the frontwoman of Armed Love Militia .
34. To Balk At The verb "to Balk" (which is nearly always paired with the preposition "at") means to be unwilling to or to take exception to
35. Example sentences with "Balk": I don't ever Balk at being considered a Motown person because Motown is the greatest musical event that ever happened in the history of music
36. What does Balk mean? The definition of Balk is to stop or hold back from doing something
37. See 9 authoritative translations of Balk in Spanish with example sentences, conjugations and audio pronunciations.
38. ‘Of course, some might Balk at the morality of keeping tabs on anyone 24 / 7, but this tricky question would at least leave one job for the ethics commissioner to handle.’ ‘Airlines have already begun to Balk at paying commissions of 7% to 10% of the ticket price to travel agents.’
39. Balk definition: If you Balk at something, you definitely do not want to do it or to let it happen
40. ‘Of course, some might Balk at the morality of keeping tabs on anyone 24 / 7, but this tricky question would at least leave one job for the ethics commissioner to handle.’ ‘Airlines have already begun to Balk at paying commissions of 7% to 10% of the ticket price to travel agents.’
41. 8.05 If there is a runner, or runners, it is a Balk when— (a) The pitcher, while touching his plate, makes any motion naturally associated with his pitch and fails to make such delivery; Rule 8.05(a) Comment: If a lefthanded or righthanded pitcher swings his free foot past the
42. A fellow driver chose to have words with him and criticised him for weaving about on the track in order to Balk those who try to overtake.: Truly, Hero is so tightly organized that the viewer may Balk at its clockwork elegance.: Because of the Balk, both runners advanced one base, giving the Twins a 5-4 victory.: He tried to Balk and twist around somebody and got caught holding the ball, and
43. Rule 6.02(a): A Balk shall be called audibly (“Balk!” or “That’s a Balk!”) and by pointing laterally at the pitcher
44. The ball becomes dead only when the umpire calls “Time” following the call of Balk, and the call of “Time” is to be made only
45. A pitcher can only commit a Balk if there is a runner on first base, second base, or third base
46. When a Balk occurs, the runner is allowed to go to the next base.
47. Voters would Balk if either candidate made such a proposal
48. Balk at: They really wanted the apartment, but they Balked at the price
49. Balk translations: 猶豫, （棒球投球員的）假投, 樑木；粗木材, （棒球投球員的）假投
50. Bulk means (1) size, mass, or volume, (2) a large mass or matter, (3) the major portion, (4) to cause to swell or expand, and (5) being in large mass or quantity.The less common Balk, usually a verb, means primarily to stop short and refuse to go on.It’s usually followed by the preposition at, though several other prepositions work
51. Baulk is a British variant of Balk.
52. [intransitive] Balk (at something) to be unwilling to do something or become involved in something because it is difficult, dangerous, etc
53. Dr. Marshall Balk, MD is a Orthopedic Hand Surgery Specialist in Clairton, PA and has over 28 years of experience in the medical field
54. Fairuza Balk’s birth name is Fairuza Alejandra Feldthouse
55. Her mother is Cathryn Balk and her father is Solomon Feldthouse
56. Cathryn Balk studied, performed, and taught the ethnic and traditional dance forms of many countries such as Egypt, Turkey, Morocco and Spain.
57. Balk - WordReference English dictionary, questions, discussion and forums
58. Early History of the Balk family
59. This web page shows only a small excerpt of our Balk research
60. Another 164 words (12 lines of text) covering the years 1185, 1295, 1327, 1332, 1604, 1659, 1735, 1670, 1744, 1669 and 1670 are included under the topic Early Balk History in all our PDF Extended History products and printed products wherever possible.
61. Westerners Balk at the prospect of snake on the menu
62. 2 [intransitive] if a horse Balks at a fence, it stops in front of it and refuses to jump over it 3 [intransitive] American English DSB in baseball, to stop in the middle of the action of throwing the ball to the player who is trying to hit it 4 [transitive] formal STOP something THAT IS
63. If you Balk at your mother's suggestion that you take on more responsibility, you're saying no to added chores
64. To Balk means to refuse to go along with.