Balance Noun Synonyms
According to the balance, the package weighs two pounds.
remainder, residue, rest, excess, surplus, difference
You take these and I'll follow with the balance. My bank balance is down to zero.
control, command, authority, weight, preponderance
Britain held the balance of power during those decades.
equilibrium, stability, steadiness, footing, equiponderance, equality, harmony
The acrobat almost lost his balance on the high wire. It is important to maintain a balance between presentation and content.
Balance Verb Synonyms
weigh, estimate, ponder, consider, deliberate, assess, compare, evaluate
We need to balance the advantages and the disadvantages.
compensate (for), make up for, counterbalance, offset, match, equal, counterpoise
The column of mercury in the barometer balances the atmospheric pressure on the surface of the bowl. The total of expenses seems to balance the total of income.
steady, poise, equalize, stabilize, level, match, even out or up
The see-saw will balance better if both of you get on the other end.
Business / Finance / Debit Balance: A type of stock that makes fixed payments at scheduled intervals of time. Debenture stock differs from a debenture in that it has the status of equity, not debt, in liquidation. MORE
Science / Chemistry / Balanced Equation: A description of a chemical reaction that gives the chemical formulas of the reactants and the products of the reaction, with coefficients introduced so that the number of each type of atom and the to MORE
Entertainment / Bowling / Balance Hole: As a general rule, if you take a bowling ball and place the label in front of you and then exactly dissect the ball into two equal halfs, a right and left side, the gross weight of each half would be MORE
Business / Finance / Order Imbalance: Orders of one kind for a stock not offset by the opposite orders, which causes a wide spread between bid and offer prices. MORE
Business / Finance / Account Balance: Credits minus debits at the end of a reporting period. MORE