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un·bal·ance

 (ŭn-băl′əns)
tr.v. un·bal·anced, un·bal·anc·ing, un·bal·anc·es
1. To upset the balance of; cause to become unsteady.
2. To upset the stability or equilibrium of: developments that have unbalanced relations between the two nations.
3. To cause (a person or the mind) to be unbalanced.
n.
The condition of being unbalanced.

un·bal′ance·a·ble adj.
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unbalance

(ʌnˈbæləns)
vb (tr)
1. to upset the equilibrium or balance of
2. (Psychology) to disturb the mental stability of (a person or his mind)
n
(Psychology) imbalance or instability
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un•bal•ance

(ʌnˈbæl əns)

v. -anced, -anc•ing,
n. v.t.
1. to put out of balance.
2. to disorder or derange, as the mind.
n.
[1580–90]
un•bal′ance•a•ble, adj.
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unbalance


Past participle: unbalanced
Gerund: unbalancing

Imperative
unbalance
unbalance
Present
I unbalance
you unbalance
he/she/it unbalances
we unbalance
you unbalance
they unbalance
Preterite
I unbalanced
you unbalanced
he/she/it unbalanced
we unbalanced
you unbalanced
they unbalanced
Present Continuous
I am unbalancing
you are unbalancing
he/she/it is unbalancing
we are unbalancing
you are unbalancing
they are unbalancing
Present Perfect
I have unbalanced
you have unbalanced
he/she/it has unbalanced
we have unbalanced
you have unbalanced
they have unbalanced
Past Continuous
I was unbalancing
you were unbalancing
he/she/it was unbalancing
we were unbalancing
you were unbalancing
they were unbalancing
Past Perfect
I had unbalanced
you had unbalanced
he/she/it had unbalanced
we had unbalanced
you had unbalanced
they had unbalanced
Future
I will unbalance
you will unbalance
he/she/it will unbalance
we will unbalance
you will unbalance
they will unbalance
Future Perfect
I will have unbalanced
you will have unbalanced
he/she/it will have unbalanced
we will have unbalanced
you will have unbalanced
they will have unbalanced
Future Continuous
I will be unbalancing
you will be unbalancing
he/she/it will be unbalancing
we will be unbalancing
you will be unbalancing
they will be unbalancing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been unbalancing
you have been unbalancing
he/she/it has been unbalancing
we have been unbalancing
you have been unbalancing
they have been unbalancing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been unbalancing
you will have been unbalancing
he/she/it will have been unbalancing
we will have been unbalancing
you will have been unbalancing
they will have been unbalancing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been unbalancing
you had been unbalancing
he/she/it had been unbalancing
we had been unbalancing
you had been unbalancing
they had been unbalancing
Conditional
I would unbalance
you would unbalance
he/she/it would unbalance
we would unbalance
you would unbalance
they would unbalance
Past Conditional
I would have unbalanced
you would have unbalanced
he/she/it would have unbalanced
we would have unbalanced
you would have unbalanced
they would have unbalanced
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.unbalance - a lack of balance or state of disequilibriumunbalance - a lack of balance or state of disequilibrium; "a hormonal imbalance"
disequilibrium - loss of equilibrium attributable to an unstable situation in which some forces outweigh others
2.unbalance - a state of mental disturbance and disorientation
insanity - relatively permanent disorder of the mind
Verb1.unbalance - throw out of balance or equilibrium; "The tax relief unbalanced the budget"; "The prima donna unbalances the smooth work in our department"
balance, equilibrise, equilibrize, equilibrate - bring into balance or equilibrium; "She has to balance work and her domestic duties"; "balance the two weights"
2.unbalance - derange mentally, throw out of mental balanceunbalance - derange mentally, throw out of mental balance; make insane; "The death of his parents unbalanced him"
craze, madden - cause to go crazy; cause to lose one's mind
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unbalance

verb
To make insane:
noun
Serious mental illness or disorder impairing a person's capacity to function normally and safely:
Psychiatry: mania.
Psychology: aberration, alienation.
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Translations

unbalance

[ˈʌnˈbæləns]
A. Ndesequilibrio m
B. VTdesequilibrar
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unbalance

vt (physically, mentally) → aus dem Gleichgewicht bringen; paintingdas Gleichgewicht (+gen)stören; to unbalance somebody’s mindjdn um den Verstand bringen
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unbalance

[ʌnˈbæləns] vtalterare l'equilibrio di
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