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disproportionate

adjective   /ˌdɪs.prəˈpɔː.ʃən.ət/
too large or too small in comparison to something else, or not deserving its importance or influence desproporcionado There are a disproportionate number of girls in the class. The country’s great influence in the world is disproportionate to its relatively small size.1390
disproportion noun [no plural]   /ˌdɪs.prəˈpɔː.ʃən/ formal disproportionately adverb   /-li/
(Definition of disproportionate from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

disproportionate

adjective /disprəˈpoːʃənət/
(often with to) too large or too small in relation to something else desproporcionado A disproportionate amount of money is spent on middle management His head looks disproportionate (to his body).
disproportionately adverb
desproporcionadamente Parking is disproportionately expensive if you drive to the airport and pay on arrival.
(Definition of disproportionate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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