动词过去式:unbalanced 过去分词:unbalanced 现在分词:unbalancing 第三人称单数:unbalances 形容词:unbalanceable
v [I, Tn] upset the balance of (sb/sth) 使（某人[某事物]）失去平衡; 使（某人）精神紊乱
*Her death had an unbalancing effecton Joe, ie on his mind. 她一死, 乔在精神上打击很大.* Over-production is seriously unbalancing the EEC economy. 因生产过剩, 欧洲共同体经济严重失衡.
to make a situation, relationship, or work of art not as good as it used to be or could be, especially by adding too much of one thing
Having children can often unbalance even the closest of relationships.
to make someone or something unsteady, so that they are likely to fall down
He banged against the cupboard, unbalancing a pile a books.
to make someone slightly crazy