transitive + intransitive
: to restore balance to or adjust the balance of (something) : to balance (something) again
- … presents a detailed diet plan to rebalance the hormone systems and speed up metabolism.
- —Publishers Weekly
- British historians have published many books in recent years that seek to rebalance our view of World War II to give just prominence to the Eastern Front.
- —Max Hastings
: to become balanced again
- But Kuwait's oil minister, Issam Almarzooq told Bloomberg Sunday, that the production cuts could end before 2019 if the oil market rebalances.
- —Gillian Rich
: to buy and sell assets of (an investment portfolio) in order to regain a desired allocation of those assets
- Managers rebalance their portfolios to stay true to their pre-determined mix.
- —Vanessa O'Connell
- The stock portion of your investments has probably done very well. But have you rebalanced recently so you're not too stock heavy?
- —Wes Moss