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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.
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disproportionate

adj
out of proportion; unequal
vb
(Chemistry) chem to undergo or cause to undergo disproportionation
ˌdisproˈportionately adv
ˌdisproˈportionateness n
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dis•pro•por•tion•ate

(ˌdɪs prəˈpɔr ʃə nɪt, -ˈpoʊr-)

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

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

disproportionate

[ˌdɪsprəˈpɔːʃnɪt] ADJdesproporcionado (to en relación con)
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disproportionate

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

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

a. desproporcionado-a, desigual, sin simetría.
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