Pronunciation of Balance
/bˈaləns/, /bˈaləns/, /b_ˈa_l_ə_n_s/
Synonyms for balance:
Libra the Balance
Libra The Balance.
Libra the Scales
Libra The Scales.
diffraction, charger, crouch, capillary action, torque, backlog, overdraft, drag, discount rate, home banking, savings ratio, impetus, direct debit, slouch, meter, bank statement, bestride, conductive, momentum, stress, remission, investment, magnetic, air resistance, bank draft, concentration, count, lever, magnetism, resistance, carryover, crane, sort code, elasticity, market share, suction, grace, tolerance, burrow, detector, pillow, imperturbableness, force, double over, bad debt, EFTPOS, digger, worth, saver, density, allowance, electromagnetism, obverse, throughput, converter, pile driver, leverage, arrears, depositor, relativity, compressor, induction, preponderance, fusion, spread, locomotive, fatigue, mechanical, deportment, lending rate, bonding, cardholder, Libor, longitudinal wave, kneel, trimmer, blower, countervail, latent heat, maximum, payable, insulation, superconductivity, potential energy, arithmetic, classicism, cavalcade, upthrust, debit, surface tension, run up, field, condensation, kinetic energy, owing, imaging, bank rate, sprayer, Bank book, gravitation, indicator, excavator, situate, carriage, centripetal force, TELEBANKING, reflection, sublimation, wave, amplitude, Student Loan, jar, unsecured, antithesis, weigh, tops, Chips, sub-prime, generator, cooler, the Doppler effect, snuggle, humidifier, stream, dispenser, the contrary, inflow, effect, juggle, loan, calorific, direct deposit, ensconce, explosion, the converse, centrifugal force, tensile strength, usage, banking, transverse wave, vector, pool, convertor, attraction, inertia, cower, whack, BIPS, imperturbability, Overdrawn, conductor, safety deposit box, irradiation, calculator, gravitational, roller, convection, sander, motive, propulsion, energy, credit limit, extractor, sensor, night depository, amount, loll, posture, refill, maximal, safe-deposit box, borrower, real-time authorization, unflappability, overdose, cd, telephone banking, gravity, Collectedness, pennyworth, several, repulsive, supply, repayable, dose, interest rate, electromagnetic wave, inverse, flux, impact, stasis, scrunch, pressure, money market, traction, absorbance.
batch, stock, pump, aplomb, friction, move over, transmission, thrust, clump, passbook, volume, nonchalance, stance, predominance, bearing, saving, perch, boiler, stick up, debt, decompression, equate, locate, apr, Leavings, equanimity, correlation, agitator, quota, sang-froid, liability, nestle, hitch, part, swivel, put back, deduction, quantity, order of magnitude, selector, inch, strength, incline, drape, max, repulsion, wastage, collateral, suck in, pose, pull, compare, accumulation, coolness, heat, reaction, borrowing, opposition, intake, negation, outstanding, hunch, credit, level.
crook, move up, grab, attitude, opposite, degree, statement, linkage, excess, bang, reader, self-possession, pole, scale, mixer, prop, site, range, complement, flow, capacity, association, block, number, bow, majority, set out, G, generality, bank, overlay, outweigh, tuck.
make up for.
Other synonyms and related words:
remainder, correspondence, aplomb, equanimity, remains, generality, residue, weigh, rest, countervail, proportionality, residual, residuum, run, equilibrium, poise, counterpoise, remnant, ratio, symmetricalness, leftover.
Sense 1 (noun)
Sense 3 (noun)
converter, charger, blower, agitator, compressor, convertor, boiler, calculator.
Sense 4 (noun)
Sense 5 (noun)
Sense 6 (noun)
bank statement, unflappability, BIPS, apr, imperturbability, composure, Bank book, sang-froid, bank draft, banking, aplomb, bank rate, bank, coolness, Collectedness, imperturbableness, borrower, equanimity, self-possession, nonchalance.
Sense 7 (noun)
Sense 8 (noun)
Sense 10 (noun)
Sense 11 (noun)
Sense 13 (noun)
Sense 14 (noun)
equaliser, counterbalance, equilibrate, libra, counterpoise, counterweight, equilibrise, equalizer, symmetry, proportion, symmetricalness, Libra The Balance, equipoise, equilibrium, equilibrize, correspondence, Libra The Scales, poise.
make equal; cause to have equilibrium (verb)
make equal numerically (verb)
count, total, settle.
Usage examples for balance:
- The gain at one point is no more than sufficient to balance the loss at some other. - "The Student's Elements of Geology", Sir Charles Lyell.
- To balance against work- Excuse me. - "Gunman's Reckoning", Max Brand.
- And then after you have borrowed all you can on it, I'll give you my personal note for all the balance I owe, and see you get every dollar of it, if I have to work it out during the next three years at twenty dollars a week. - "The Desert Fiddler", William H. Hamby.