Unbalanced meaning

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Not satisfactorily adjusted so that debit and credit correspond.
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Not in balance or in proper balance.
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Not evenly or properly distributed.

An unbalanced allotment of resources.

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Showing or marked by erratic or volatile emotions or behavior.
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Not treating all sides with due importance.

Unbalanced reporting in the press.

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Not in balance or equilibrium.
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Not equal as to debit and credit.
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Referring to a lack of electrical symmetry. A coaxial cable (coax) comprises two conductors.The center conductor(s) carries the carrier signal.The outer conductor generally is used only for electrical grounding, and is maintained at zero volts (0V). Therefore, coax is described as an electrically unbalanced medium. A balun (balanced/unbalanced) connector is used to connect (balanced) twisted pair and (unbalanced) coax cables. See also balanced and twisted pair.
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(accounting) Not adjusted such that debit and credit correspond.
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(computing) Of an expression having different numbers of left and right parentheses.
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(American football) An offensive line with more players on one side of the center than on the other.
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Simple past tense and past participle of unbalance.
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Origin of unbalanced