imbalanced


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im·bal·ance

 (ĭm-băl′əns)
n.
A lack of balance, as in distribution or functioning.

im·bal′anced adj.

imbalanced

(ɪmˈbælənst)
adj
1. unevenly or unfairly arranged
2. (Biochemistry) biochem out of kilter
3. (Pathology) biochem out of kilter
4. (Chemistry) biochem out of kilter
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.imbalanced - being or thrown out of equilibriumimbalanced - being or thrown out of equilibrium  
Translations

imbalanced

[ɪmˈbælənst] ADJ [distribution, structure] → desequilibrado

imbalanced

[ɪmˈbælənst] adj (= uneven) [distribution, structure] → inégal(e)

imbalanced

adj distributionungleichmäßig; structureunausgewogen

imbalanced

a. desequilibrado.
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Mental torture, physical violence, deprivation from their basic legal and property rights and ejecting them from their own houses have become day to day practice in this gender imbalanced society, she said, adding the time has come to eliminate gender discrimination and the women should have their due rights by the religion and the constitution.
A Shadow Of Doubt I recall with great pleasure the old first division Just maybe the premiership was the wrong decision Unbalanced teams in an imbalanced league Somewhat all sky have managed to achieve Our new stadiums are a dream But not a lot of our foreigners are the cream Only the very best foreigners should be allowed in the league Thus giving our youngers a chance to succeed The old system limiting foreigners in a side Would help bring back some lost English pride Without a shadow of doubt The foreign players rule still today needs sorting out GEORGE MCLANDERS, Byker
This, the Centre claims, would provide a much-needed thrust to domestic price of crops and curtail imbalanced shipment prices.
According to the World Food Programme, six Pakistanis out of every 10 are suffering from food shortage and imbalanced diet.
Retail prices of commonly used fertilizers and micronutrients are likely to increase, not only raising the cost of cultivation but also leading to imbalanced use of fertilizers.
When industrial relations at Jim Ratcliffe's plant are so imbalanced who can blame them?
029 2063 6464 COMEDY Jeff Dunham The Perfectly Imbalanced tour has already sold out hundreds of thousands of seats across North America and Canada.
Security sources at the airport said that preliminary investigations indicated that the passenger is "psychologically imbalanced.
Our priorities are totally imbalanced I READ about a footballer being offered a wage of PS300,000 a week - making him a millionaire every month - on the same day that I read that one manager was prepared to pay PS40,000,000 to acquire a player he wants.
All of these modern stressors lead to an imbalanced immune system.
In such an imbalanced relationship, Washington expects Western Europe to support U.
Expressing his concern over US tilt towards India, he said the relationship between Pakistan and United States as imbalanced and there is dire need to mend the fences between Pakistan and America.