Translation of "unbalanced" - English-Spanish dictionary

unbalanced

adjective uk /ʌnˈbæl.ənst/ us

not firm but likely to fall or change position suddenly

desequilibrado

mentally ill

desequilibrado
His relatives have said he became unbalanced after the death of his father.

not fair or equal; false

tendencioso
unbalanced reporting
He gave an unbalanced view of the situation.

not consisting of a combination of the correct types and amounts of food

desequilibrado
an unbalanced diet
an unbalanced meal

(Translation of “unbalanced” from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

unbalanced

adjective /anˈbӕlənst/

without the proper amount of attention being given to everything

desequilibrado, parcial
If we don’t hear both sides of the argument, we’ll get an unbalanced view of the situation.

disordered in the mind; not quite sane

desequilibrado
The murderer was completely unbalanced.

(Translation of “unbalanced” from the PASSWORD English-Spanish Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)