unbalance

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Verb[change]

Plain form
unbalance

Third-person singular
unbalances

Past tense
unbalanced

Past participle
unbalanced

Present participle
unbalancing

  1. If you unbalance a situation or relationship, you make it worse, usually by adding something.
    If the economy gets worse, that would unbalance the budget further.

Noun[change]

Singular
unbalance

Plural
unbalances

  1. Something in a state of unbalance lacks balance.

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