Imbalance [noun]

Definition of Imbalance:

lack of balance

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Sentence/Example of Imbalance:

Although Musk claims implants “could solve paralysis, blindness, hearing,” as often what is missing isn’t 10 times as many electrodes, but scientific knowledge about what electrochemical imbalance creates, say, depression in the first place.

Second, it compounds the power imbalance between management and worker.

At an even deeper level, perhaps, algorithmic management entrenches a power imbalance between management and worker.

China’s local ecosystem approach could offer interesting insights to policymakers in the UK aiming to boost research and innovation outside the capital and tackle longstanding regional economic imbalances.

The scientists also showed that an imbalance of certain nutrients could trigger colorful bleaching.

Building a moral economy may be the first step towards righting that imbalance.

As a result, there is a substantial defense imbalance that will erode fighting power.

A major peasant revolt in 1907 attempted unsuccessfully to rectify the serious social imbalance.

At the very least it demanded that the Army accept more Negroes to adjust the racial imbalance of the draft rolls.

Long-term use can cause weight loss, fatigue, electrolyte imbalance, and muscle fatigue.