Imbalance



[im-bal-uh ns] /ɪmˈbæl əns/

noun
1.
the state or condition of lacking , as in proportion or distribution.
2.
faulty muscular or glandular coordination.
/ɪmˈbæləns/
noun
1.
a lack of balance, as in emphasis, proportion, etc: the political imbalance of the programme
n.

1895, from im- “not” + balance (n.).

imbalance im·bal·ance (ĭm-bāl’əns)
n.

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