English version

out of whack

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishout of whackout of whack especially spokenAmerican EnglishTIME/AT THE SAME TIME if a system, machine etc is out of whack, the parts are not working together correctly The printer’s out of whack again. whack
Examples from the Corpus
out of whackAnd they are out of whack, Lovelock was to find out, because of the curious accumulative effects of coevolution.This is 180 degrees out of whack.In the fourth round of the Catalonia Open, the elements threw all our figuring out of whack.Here you can discover exactly how out of whack your daily holiday intake actually was.The printer is out of whack again.The mixture of gases in the atmosphere of the Earth are way out of whack.That things were out of whack.
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