unbalanced

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of an expression having different numbers of left and right parentheses
not adjusted such that debit and credit correspond
Simple past tense and past participle of unbalance
irrational or mentally deranged
not balanced, without equilibrium; dizzy
an offensive line with more players on one side of the center than on the other
Refers to a signal-carrying circuit with one electrical conductor and an overall metallic shield Also referred to as an unbalanced line
debits and credits are not equal
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 Paula had been since my uncle Peter died = disturbed
An impedance condition on a two wire line when both lines are not evenly balanced
If you describe something such as a report or argument as unbalanced, you think that it is unfair or inaccurate because it emphasizes some things and ignores others. UN officials argued that the report was unbalanced. unbalanced and unfair reporting. = biased balanced
A signal carried between the ground and a single conductor (single-ended) Also describes a neurotic audiophile
being or thrown out of equilibrium
debits and credits are not equal being or thrown out of equilibrium
Being, or being thrown, out of equilibrium; hence, disordered or deranged in sense; unsteady; unsound; as, an unbalanced mind
past of unbalance
A method of interconnecting recorders, amplifiers and other electronic gear using two-conductor cable
{s} not balanced; unstable; not sane, not of sound mind
affected with madness or insanity; "a man who had gone mad"
Not adjusted; not settled; not brought to an equality of debt and credit; as, an unbalanced account; unbalanced books
Not balanced; not in equipoise; having no counterpoise, or having insufficient counterpoise
not balanced, or in equilibrium
Conventional audio connection with a single signal conductor surrounded by a screen
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{i} lack of balance; instability; insanity, madness, craziness
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Unequal mass distribution on a rotor The mass centerline does not coincide with the rotation or geometric centerline
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To cause to be out of balance
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{f} throw out of balance; aversely affect the functioning of something (or someone)
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That condition which exists in a rotor when vibratory force or motion is imparted to its bearings as a result of centrifugal forces
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A condition of wheels which are not balanced Also see tire unbalance
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To unbalance something means to make it unsteady and likely to tip over. Her whole body began to buckle, unbalancing the ladder Don't lean in -- you're unbalancing the horse
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throw out of balance or equilibrium; "The tax relief unbalanced the budget"; "The primadonna unbalances the smooth work in our department"
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If something unbalances a relationship, system, or group, it disturbs or upsets it so that it is no longer successful or functioning properly. The interplay between the new politics and the modern media will unbalance the political process and inhibit its workings. = destabilize
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derange mentally, throw out of mental balance; make insane; "The death of his parents unbalanced him"
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a state of mental disturbance and disorientation
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a state of disequilibrium (as may occur in cases of inner ear disease)
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throw out of balance or equilibrium; "The tax relief unbalanced the budget"; "The primadonna unbalances the smooth work in our department
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