unbalance

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

un- +‎ balance

Verb[edit]

unbalance (third-person singular simple present unbalances, present participle unbalancing, simple past and past participle unbalanced)

  1. to cause to be out of balance
    If you put that weight on the edge of the tray, it will unbalance it and dump all of the dishes on the floor.

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