Definition of balancer in English:

balancer

noun

  • See balance

    • ‘A simple ration based on ad-lib straw with a protein balancer can be fed to young stock and replacement heifers and this will help preserve grazing.’
    • ‘It could seek global hegemony, engage selectively, or be an ‘offshore balancer.’’
    • ‘The reason for this optimistic prognosis by the MRF, which for 11 years now has performed the role of balancer in the Parliament, is the results of this year's census.’
    • ‘Hence policyholders benefit from the appreciation in the fund, of which there are three options - protector, balancer and maximiser.’
    • ‘Professor Walt is notably abstract when he talks about the role of local power balancers.’

Pronunciation

balancer

/ˈbalənsə/