Overbalance meaning

ōvər-băləns
To provide with more weight or quantity in one area than another.

The coach overbalanced the line by putting more players on the right side.

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(intransitive) To overcompensate.
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To have greater weight or importance than.

The idea's shortcomings are overbalanced by its strengths.

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To lose one's balance.
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(archaic) An excess in weight or quantity.
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To throw off balance.
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Something that outweighs or overbalances.
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To throw (someone or something) off balance.
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(intransitive) To lose one's balance.
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(intransitive) To have an excess weight.
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To exceed equality with; to outweigh.

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Excess of weight or value; something more than an equivalent.

An overbalance of exports.

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