keragidan ortiq, ortiqcha
Verb(1) weigh more heavily(2) cause to be off balance
(1) I managed to sit down a little heavily into a canvas director's chair, causing me to overbalance and topple over backward.(2) We didn't overbalance , but we did end up veering around a bit to stay upright.(3) an overbalance of propriety(4) If she leaned too far to go to the toilet, she'd overbalance entirely and never be able to get up again.(5) overbalance of propriety(6) He could vault over a much smaller opponent without causing his victim to overbalance and fall.(7) Her sudden bolt as he had been about to catch her had caused Father to overbalance and fall in the dirt.(8) Chad smirked and leaned closer, careful not to overbalance .(9) It came free in a sudden rush and he felt himself overbalance .(10) He overbalanced and fell into the window display, bringing down the rest of the glass.(11) Sum-ranking fails to give sufficient salience to the worth of each person: it in effect permits one person's large misery to be overbalanced by small benefits to a large number of others.(12) He pulled himself inside, then overbalanced and landed head-first on the floor.(13) Screaming, she sat up quickly, overbalanced , and fell out of the tree on to the wet ground.(14) However, he overbalanced and ended up on both knees.(15) It appears he swung his legs over the wall and overbalanced , and was unaware there was a sheer drop at the other side.(16) He hopped off the last few feet and nearly overbalanced .
(1) overbalance :: ortiqcha
1. preponderate ::
2. outweigh ::
3. outbalance ::
Different Formsoverbalance, overbalanced, overbalances, overbalancing
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