Definition of 'unbalanced'
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The result is that politics has become unbalanced. Times, Sunday Times (2013)That leaves the economy unbalanced and vulnerable to external shocks. Times, Sunday Times (2015)But one criticism is that selection seemed unbalanced. The Sun (2006)New combinations glut or overload the plant, causing it to become unbalanced. Secrets of the Soil (1990)Some of the contestants have a huge age advantage, making it unbalanced and unfair. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The system has become unbalanced,' he said. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Three superstars in central midfield all trying to do the same job, no natural width and just two recognised strikers in a curiously unbalanced squad. The Sun (2009)The club have one of the weakest and most unbalanced squads in the Premier League and reinforcements are urgently required. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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Translations for 'unbalanced'
British English: unbalanced ADJECTIVE
If you describe someone as unbalanced, you mean that they appear disturbed and upset or they seem to be slightly mad.
I knew how unbalanced she had been since her uncle died.
Definition of unbalanced from the Collins English Dictionary
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