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dis·pro·por·tion·ate

 (dĭs′prə-pôr′shə-nĭt)
adj.
Out of proportion, as in size, shape, or amount.

dis′pro·por′tion·ate·ly adv.
dis′pro·por′tion·ate·ness n.

disproportionate

adj
out of proportion; unequal
vb
(Chemistry) chem to undergo or cause to undergo disproportionation
ˌdisproˈportionately adv
ˌdisproˈportionateness n

dis•pro•por•tion•ate

(ˌdɪs prəˈpɔr ʃə nɪt, -ˈpoʊr-)

adj.
not proportionate; out of proportion, as in size or number.
[1544–55]

disproportionate


Past participle: disproportionated
Gerund: disproportionating

Imperative
disproportionate
disproportionate
Present
I disproportionate
you disproportionate
he/she/it disproportionates
we disproportionate
you disproportionate
they disproportionate
Preterite
I disproportionated
you disproportionated
he/she/it disproportionated
we disproportionated
you disproportionated
they disproportionated
Present Continuous
I am disproportionating
you are disproportionating
he/she/it is disproportionating
we are disproportionating
you are disproportionating
they are disproportionating
Present Perfect
I have disproportionated
you have disproportionated
he/she/it has disproportionated
we have disproportionated
you have disproportionated
they have disproportionated
Past Continuous
I was disproportionating
you were disproportionating
he/she/it was disproportionating
we were disproportionating
you were disproportionating
they were disproportionating
Past Perfect
I had disproportionated
you had disproportionated
he/she/it had disproportionated
we had disproportionated
you had disproportionated
they had disproportionated
Future
I will disproportionate
you will disproportionate
he/she/it will disproportionate
we will disproportionate
you will disproportionate
they will disproportionate
Future Perfect
I will have disproportionated
you will have disproportionated
he/she/it will have disproportionated
we will have disproportionated
you will have disproportionated
they will have disproportionated
Future Continuous
I will be disproportionating
you will be disproportionating
he/she/it will be disproportionating
we will be disproportionating
you will be disproportionating
they will be disproportionating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been disproportionating
you have been disproportionating
he/she/it has been disproportionating
we have been disproportionating
you have been disproportionating
they have been disproportionating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been disproportionating
you will have been disproportionating
he/she/it will have been disproportionating
we will have been disproportionating
you will have been disproportionating
they will have been disproportionating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been disproportionating
you had been disproportionating
he/she/it had been disproportionating
we had been disproportionating
you had been disproportionating
they had been disproportionating
Conditional
I would disproportionate
you would disproportionate
he/she/it would disproportionate
we would disproportionate
you would disproportionate
they would disproportionate
Past Conditional
I would have disproportionated
you would have disproportionated
he/she/it would have disproportionated
we would have disproportionated
you would have disproportionated
they would have disproportionated
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.disproportionate - out of proportion
proportionate - being in due proportion; "proportionate representation of a minority group"
2.disproportionate - not proportionate
incommensurate - not corresponding in size or degree or extent; "a reward incommensurate with his effort"

disproportionate

Translations
غَيْر مُتَناسِب، غَيْر مُتَكافِئ
nepřiměřený
i misforhold
aránytalan
ósamsvarandi, í röngu hlutfalli
confutaredisproporzionare
neproporcingaineproporcingas
neproporcionāls
orantısız

disproportionate

[ˌdɪsprəˈpɔːʃnɪt] ADJdesproporcionado (to en relación con)

disproportionate

[ˌdɪsprəˈpɔːrʃənət] adj [number, amount, share] → disproportionné(e); [impact, effect, influence] → disproportionné(e)
disproportionate to sth → disproportionné(e) par rapport à qch

disproportionate

adj to be disproportionate (to something)in keinem Verhältnis (zu etw) stehen; a disproportionate amount of moneyein unverhältnismäßig hoher Geldbetrag; a disproportionate amount of timeeine unverhältnismäßig lange Zeit

disproportionate

[ˌdɪsprəˈpɔːʃnɪt] adj disproportionate (to)sproporzionato/a (a or rispetto a)

disproportionate

(disprəˈpoːʃənət) adjective
(often with to) too large or too small in relation to something else. His head looks disproportionate (to his body).
ˌdisproˈportionately adverb

disproportionate

a. desproporcionado-a, desigual, sin simetría.
References in classic literature ?
It seemed as though the Priests had no choice between submission and extermination; when suddenly the course of events was completely changed by one of those picturesque incidents which Statesmen ought never to neglect, often to anticipate, and sometimes perhaps to originate, because of the absurdly disproportionate power with which they appeal to the sympathies of the populace.
Casaubon made no objection beyond a passing remark that the sum might be disproportionate in relation to other good objects, but when Dorothea in her ignorance resisted that suggestion, he acquiesced.
Now Phidon the Corinthian, one of the oldest legislators, thought the families and the number of the citizens should continue the same; although it should happen that all should have allotments at the first, disproportionate to their numbers.
The view taken by Allen and Sikes, amongst other scholars, is doubtless right, that these longer hymns are only technically preludes and show to what disproportionate lengths a simple literacy form can be developed.
Although there was in these words a flavor of that sentimental emotion at her own lofty feelings, and that new mystical fervor which had lately gained ground in Petersburg, and which seemed to Alexey Alexandrovitch disproportionate, still it was pleasant to him to hear this now.
The causes which have been specified produced at first only unequal and disproportionate degrees of compliance with the requisitions of the Union.
As this support was conveyed to them by an unknown hand, they imagined, and so, I doubt not, will the reader, that Mr Allworthy himself was their secret benefactor; who, though he would not openly encourage vice, could yet privately relieve the distresses of the vicious themselves, when these became too exquisite and disproportionate to their demerit.
In the latter case, no doubt, the disproportionate force, as well as the monarchical form, of the new confederate, had its share of influence on the events.
I hated them from the first, and shut myself away from everyone in timid, wounded and disproportionate pride.
Yes, many a decent fellow whose labour may be disproportionate to its utility pulls the forelock to no one, and begs his bread of no one.
That shows you wanted me to," he returned, with a disproportionate joy in their nonsense.
She was quite pained by the severity of his father's reproof, which seemed disproportionate to the offence; and much was her concern increased when she found herself the principal cause of the lecture, and that his tardiness was chiefly resented from being disrespectful to her.