1. unevenly or unfairly arranged
⇒ a markedly imbalanced geographical distribution of immigrants, ⇒ the present imbalanced structure of world trade, ⇒ Today's figures show a deeply imbalanced economy., ⇒ a highly imbalanced and exploitative relationship
2. biochemistry out of kilter
⇒ If we neglect our bodies, they become imbalanced and break down., ⇒ Exercise serves to alleviate imbalanced functioning of these glands., ⇒ Is he tired, distracted, hormonally imbalanced?
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