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  • Disequilibrium — is a term used to describe the lack of or opposite of an equilibrium. in medicine: Disequilibrium (medicine) (DES) in cerebral palsy a syndrome described by Hagberg all[1] lack of equilibrioception in population genetics, linkage disequilibrium… …   Wikipedia

  • disequilibrium — dis‧e‧qui‧lib‧ri‧um [ˌdɪsekwˈlɪbriəm, ˌdɪsiː ] noun [uncountable] ECONOMICS when an economy or a particular market is not in a balanced state: • Rising prices often reflect a disequilibrium between supply and demand. * * * disequilibrium UK… …   Financial and business terms

  • disequilibrium — index difference, disparity Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • disequilibrium — [dis΄ē΄kwi lib′rē əm] n. pl. disequilibriums or disequilibria [dis΄ē΄kwə lib′rēə] lack or destruction of equilibrium, esp. in the economy …   English World dictionary

  • disequilibrium — A disturbance or absence of equilibrium. genetic d. a state in the genetic composition of a population which under selection may be expected to change toward an equ …   Medical dictionary

  • Disequilibrium — A situation where internal and/or external forces prevent market equilibrium from being reached or cause the market to fall out of balance. This can be a short term byproduct of a change in variable factors or a result of long term structural… …   Investment dictionary

  • disequilibrium — [[t]dɪ̱si͟ːkwɪlɪ̱briəm[/t]] N UNCOUNT: also a N Disequilibrium is a state in which things are not stable or certain, but are likely to change suddenly. [FORMAL] There may be a period of disequilibrium as family members adjust to the new baby …   English dictionary

  • disequilibrium — noun Date: 1840 loss or lack of equilibrium …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • disequilibrium — /dis ee kweuh lib ree euhm, dis ee /, n. lack of equilibrium; imbalance. [1830 40; DIS 1 + EQUILIBRIUM] * * * …   Universalium

  • disequilibrium — noun the loss of equilibrium or stability, especially due to an imbalance of forces …   Wiktionary

  • disequilibrium — dis|e|qui|lib|ri|um [ˌdısekwıˈlıbriəm, ˌdısi: ] n [U] a lack of balance in something …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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