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unbalance

1unbalance

verb un·bal·ance \-ˈba-lən(t)s\

: to cause (something or someone) to stop being balanced, steady, stable, etc.

Full Definition of UNBALANCE

transitive verb
:  to put out of balance

Examples of UNBALANCE

  1. If too many people stand up, it will unbalance the boat.
  2. The tax cuts have unbalanced the budget.

First Known Use of UNBALANCE

1854

2unbalance

noun

Definition of UNBALANCE

:  lack of balance :  imbalance

First Known Use of UNBALANCE

1855

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