Imbalance vs Unbalanced what difference

what is difference between Imbalance and Unbalanced

English

Etymology

From im- +‎ balance.

Noun

imbalance (usually uncountable, plural imbalances)

  1. The property of not being in balance.
    • 2013, Daniel Taylor, Danny Welbeck leads England’s rout of Moldova but hit by Ukraine ban (in The Guardian, 6 September 2013)[1]
      Ross Barkley, a second-half substitute, almost marked his debut with a goal but by that stage England were playing at half-pace. A team can do that when the imbalance of talent is this considerable.

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English

Etymology

From un- +‎ balanced.

Adjective

unbalanced (comparative more unbalanced, superlative most unbalanced)

  1. not balanced, without equilibrium; dizzy
    Synonyms: out of whack, lopsided, ill-disposed, unstable, imbalanced, inbalanced
  2. irrational or mentally deranged
  3. (accounting) not adjusted such that debit and credit correspond
  4. (computing) of an expression having different numbers of left and right parentheses
  5. (American football) an offensive line with more players on one side of the center than on the other

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Verb

unbalanced

  1. simple past tense and past participle of unbalance

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