Balance

Balance,

Definition of Balance:

  1. Banking: Amount available in an account for withdrawal or use. Computed by summing up all cleared or credited deposits, and deducting all withdrawals, debits, and service charges.

  2. A condition in which different elements are equal or in the correct proportions.

  3. An even distribution of weight enabling someone or something to remain upright and steady.

  4. A predominating weight or amount; the majority.

  5. A counteracting weight or force.

  6. Keep or put (something) in a steady position so that it does not fall.

  7. Offset or compare the value of (one thing) with another.

  8. A figure representing the difference between credits and debits in an account; the amount of money held in an account.

  9. Bookkeeping: Difference between the debit and credit sides of an account.

  10. An apparatus for weighing, especially one with a central pivot, beam, and a pair of scales.

  11. Compare debits and credits in (an account), typically to ensure that they are equal.

Synonyms of Balance

Compare, Contrast, Set side by side, Juxtapose, Weigh against, Set against, Balance, Differentiate, Discriminate, Counterbalance, Equipoise, Counterweight, Stabilizer, Compensation, Recompense, Ballast, Makeweight, Steady, Stabilize, Weigh, Weigh up, Compare, Evaluate, Consider, Assess, Appraise, Estimate, Scale, Scales, Weighing machine, Weighbridge, Fairness, Justice, Impartiality, Egalitarianism, Equal opportunity, Swiss bank account, Accommodate, Accord, Account, Account current, Account rendered, Account stated, Adjust, Afterglow, Afterimage, Agree, Amount to, Analogize, Analogousness, Aplomb, Arrangement, Assess, Assets, Assimilate, Assimilate to, Assurance, Atmosphere, Atone for, Attune, Audit, Authority, Available means, Average, Back down, Balance the books, Balanced personality, Ballast, Bank account, Be heavy, Beauty, Bilateral symmetry, Bonus, Book, Bottom dollar, Break even, Bring into analogy, Bring into comparison, Brushwork, Budget, Butt, Butt end, Cancel, Candle ends, Capital, Capital goods, Capitalization, Capitalize, Carry, Carry over, Carry weight, Cash account, Cash reserves, Cast up accounts, Center, Chaff, Charge off, Check, Check out, Checking account, Close out, Close the books, Coequality, Coextension, Collectedness, Color, Come to, Come up to, Command, Command of money, Commensurability, Common sense, Communion, Community, Comparability, Comparableness, Comparativeness, Compare, Compare and contrast, Compare with, Compensate, Compensate for, Composition, Composure, Concinnity, Confidence, Conformity, Confront, Congruity, Consider, Consideration, Consistency, Constancy, Contact with reality, Contrast, Control, Control account, Cool, Cool head, Coolheadedness, Coolness, Coolth, Coordinate, Corelation, Correlation, Correlativism, Correlativity, Correspond, Correspondence, Counteract, Counterbalance, Counterpoise, Counterpose, Countervail, Counterweigh, Counterweight, Credit, Damp, Debate, Debit, Debris, Deficit, Deliberate, Demonstrate, Demur, Design, Detritus, Difference, Discrepancy, Ditto, Dividend, Docket, Double-check, Draftsmanship, Draw, Draw a comparison, Draw a parallel, Due sense of, Dynamic symmetry, End, Enter, Epact, Equability, Equal, Equality, Equalize, Equanimity, Equate, Equation, Equilibrium, Equilibrize, Equipoise, Equipollence, Equiponderance, Equiponderate, Equity, Equivalence, Equivalency, Equivalent, Estimate, Euphony, Eurythmics, Eurythmy, Evaluate, Even, Even off, Even out, Even up, Evenness, Excess, Exchequer, Extra, Fag end, Falter, Fastness, Fear, Filings, Finances, Finish, Firm, Firm up, Firmness, Fit, Flatten, Footing, Fossil, Freeze, Fund, Funds, Generality, Give-and-take, Golden mean, Good sense, Gratuity, Grist, Grouping, Hang back, Happy medium, Harmonize, Harmony, Have weight, Healthy mind, Heel, Heft, Hem and haw, Hesitate, Hold, Hold the scales, Holdings, Holdover, Homeostasis, Homogenize, Horse sense, Hover, Hum and haw, Husks, Identity, Immobilize, Imperturbability, Income account, Integrate, Invariability, Inventory, Inverse proportion, Inverse ratio, Inverse relationship, Jib, Journalize, Juste-milieu, Justice, Keep, Keep books, Keep pace with, Keeping, Kitty, Knot, Lagniappe, Leavings, Leftover, Leftovers, Level, Level head, Levelheadedness, Levelness, Lie heavy, Life savings, Liken, Liken to, Likeness, Line, Liquid assets, Log, Lucid interval, Lucidity, Make an entry, Make uniform, Make up, Make up for, Makeweight, Margin, Match, Match up with, Mean, Means, Measure, Measure against, Measure up to, Measuredness, Median, Mediocrity, Medium, Mental balance, Mental equilibrium, Mental health, Mental hygiene, Mental poise, Metaphorize, Middle, Middle course, Middle ground, Middle point, Middle position, Middle state, Middle-of-the-road, Midpoint, Minute, Moneys, Multilateral symmetry, Mutuality, Nail down, Nerve, Nest egg, Net, Norm, Normal, Normalcy, Normality, Normalize, Normalness, Note, Odds and ends, Offscourings, Offset, Oppose, Order, Orderedness, Orts, Outweigh, Overage, Overhaul, Overmeasure, Overplus, Overrun, Overset, Overstock, Oversupply, Painterliness, Par, Parallel, Parallelism, Parings, Parity, Pause, Pecuniary resources, Perspective, Pin down, Place against, Plain sense, Plus, Pocket, Poise, Polarity, Ponder, Pool, Possession, Post, Post up, Pourboire, Practical mind, Practical wisdom, Practicality, Preponderance, Presence of mind, Property, Proportion, Proportionability, Proportionality, Proportionate, Prove, Provision account, Pull back, Purse, Quid pro quo, Rags, Ratio, Rationality, Reach, Reason, Reasonableness, Reciprocality, Reciprocation, Reciprocity, Reckoning, Redeem, Refuse, Regularity, Regularize, Regulate, Relate, Relativity, Reliability, Relics, Remainder, Remains, Remnant, Repose, Reserves, Residual, Residue, Residuum, Resource, Resources, Rest, Restraint, Retain, Retreat, Revenue account, Rhythm, Right mind, Rival, Roach, Rootedness, Rubbish, Ruins, Rule, Rump, Run, Run a comparison, Run abreast, Run to, Running account, Sales account, Sameness, Sanemindedness, Saneness, Sang-froid, Sangfroid, Sanity, Savings, Savings account, Sawdust, Scales, Score, Scourings, Scraps, Scruple, Secureness, Security, Self-assurance, Self-command, Self-confidence, Self-control, Self-possession, Self-restraint, Selling account, Sense, Senses, Sensibleness, Set in contrast, Set in opposition, Set off, Set off against, Set over against, Setoff, Shading, Shadow, Shapeliness, Shavings, Shilly-shally, Shy, Similarity, Similize, Smooth, Sober senses, Sober-mindedness, Soberness, Sobriety, Solidity, Something extra, Something of value, Sound mind, Soundness, Soundness of mind, Spare, Square, Square up, Stabilitate, Stability, Stabilize, Stable state, Stack up with, Stagnancy, Stagnation, Standardize, Stasis, Steadfastness, Steadiness, Steady, Steady nerves, Steady state, Stereotype, Stick, Stick at, Stickle, Stock account, Stop to consider, Straddle the fence, Strain at, Straw, Strike a balance, Stubble, Stump, Substance, Substantiality, Supply, Surplus, Surplusage, Survival, Suspense account, Sweepings, Sweetness, Symmetricalness, Symmetrize, Symmetry, Take stock, Tally, Technique, Think twice about, Tie, Tip, Tip the scales, Tit for tat, Tone, Touch, Trace, Transfix, Treasure, Treatment, Trilateral symmetry, Tune, Undeflectability, Uniformity, Uniformize, Unregistered bank account, Unshakable nerves, Unshakableness, Valuation account, Values, Verify, Vestige, Via media, View together, Waste, Weigh, Weigh against, Weigh heavy, Weigh in, Weigh out, Weight, Well-regulated mind, Wherewithal, Wholesomeness, Withdraw, Yield, Stability, Equilibrium, Steadiness, Footing

How to use Balance in a sentence?

  1. Allow centrifugal force to provide balance while both skates tip onto their left edges in the turn.
  2. The balance of opinion was that work was more important than leisure.
  3. Many banking customers use their banks online banking service to help them balance their checking accounts and ensure they do not spend more than what they have in their account.
  4. The atomic weight of an element - the quantity chemists could weigh with scales and balances - depends on the number of protons and neutrons, which have virtually equal masses.
  5. The law requires the council to balance its books each year.
  6. Try to keep a balance between work and relaxation.
  7. The cost of obtaining such information needs to be balanced against its benefits.
  8. He was upset when he found out that his balance at the bank was lower than it should have been by several thousand dollars.
  9. A mug that she balanced on her knee.
  10. She lost her balance before falling.
  11. He accumulated a healthy balance with the savings bank.
  12. A wise practice of maintaining an adequate savings account balance at all times helps you be prepared for unexpected emergency expenses.

Meaning of Balance & Balance Definition