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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.
(Definition of unbalanced from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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