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unbalance

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verb un·bal·ance \-ˈba-lən(t)s\

Simple Definition of unbalance

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

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of unbalance

  1. transitive verb
  2. :  to put out of balance

Examples of unbalance in a sentence

  1. If too many people stand up, it will unbalance the boat.

  2. The tax cuts have unbalanced the budget.



1854

First Known Use of unbalance

1854


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unbalance

noun un·bal·ance

Definition of unbalance

  1. :  lack of balance :  imbalance



1855

First Known Use of unbalance

1855



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