unbalance : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a lack of balance or state of disequilibrium
- n a state of mental disturbance and disorientation
- v throw out of balance or equilibrium
The tax relief unbalanced the budget
The prima donna unbalances the smooth work in our department
- v derange mentally, throw out of mental balance; make insane
The death of his parents unbalanced him
- An aide to Pennsylvania's Republican Governor Dick Thornburgh warned that the Reagan reductions would unbalance the state's budget.
- Speculation against the franc continued to mount until it neared crisis proportions, threatening to unbalance the entire, delicate mobile of the Western monetary system.
- Rather delicately, he explained that al though the Big Mac bonds were a "sound security"of which he had already bought $25 millionany further pur chases might "unbalance" the .
News & Articles
- Second Time Lucky
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Aug. 5, 2013 - DVD Talk
- Peter Vermes in SportingNews.com
What lefties do is they unbalance players,said Vermes, who played alongside Radosavljevic when the Wizards won their only MLS Cup in 2000. "You're not used to seeing a lefty coming at you, because most guys are right-footed."
- Dmitry Medvedev in AFP
Serious concerns are raised by the perspective of the rearming of ballistic missiles with non-nuclear warheads. Such weapons could present an unbalance in strategic stability,Medvedev said in the Kremlin-issued text.
- David Choquehuanca in Forbes
It is the capitalist system that is in crisis,Choquehuanca said. "Our planet Earth is now in a total unbalance."