Definitions and Examples of unbalance, unequalize
Learn when and how to use these words with these examples!
To make something uneven or unstable by removing balance.
The heavy load on one side of the truck caused it to unbalance and tip over.
To make something unequal or unfair by not giving equal opportunities or treatment.
The company's policy of paying men more than women unequalizes the salaries and creates gender discrimination.
Key Differences: unbalance vs unequalize
- 1Unbalance refers to making something unstable or uneven by removing balance, while unequalize refers to making something unequal or unfair by not giving equal opportunities or treatment.
- 2Unbalance is a gradable antonym that describes a process of making something less balanced, while unequalize is a relational antonym that describes a state of being unequal or unfair.
Effective Usage of unbalance, unequalize
- 1In Mathematics: Use equalized and its antonyms to describe equations and mathematical operations.
- 2In Sports: Use equalized and its antonyms to describe the state of a game or match.
- 3In Social Justice: Use unequalize to describe situations where people are treated unfairly or unequally.
The antonyms of equalized are unbalance and unequalize. Use these words to describe mathematical equations, sports games, and social justice issues. Remember that unbalance refers to making something unstable or uneven, while unequalize refers to making something unequal or unfair.