“Disbalanced” vs. “unbalanced”

What are the differences in usage between disbalanced and unbalanced?

Answer

Well, “disbalanced” apparently is not a currently used English word. It existed but it’s not used anymore, since it doesn’t appear in the OALD, nor in the NOAD. And when I was editing your question my browser signalled it as “wrong”.

Unbalanced is used when you want to define something as not equally distributed, to define a person as mentally ill or disturbed or when someone is “giving too much or too little importance to one part or aspect of something“. [OALD]

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