- variable and recurring at irregular intervals
"an uneven gait"
- not even or uniform as e.g. in shape or texture
"an uneven color"
- not divisible by two
- The ground was very uneven.
- The tamborim lends a very slightly uneven and highly distinctive 16th note groove to samba music.
- However, this increase followed an uneven trend.
- This relatively uneven development is explained by the following.
- However, this modest increase followed an uneven trend.
- The jury shall comprise an uneven number of experts.
- with an uneven surface resulting from the incorporation of particles of wood, straw, etc.;
- Such objective cost differences may emerge in mobile termination markets due to uneven spectrum assignments.
- The number of assessors in the panel should be uneven, the minimum number being three.
- Adriatica faces uneven levels of competition on the routes it operates.
- Production by the Community Industry increased during the period considered by 1 %. However, this modest increase followed an uneven trend.
- The apparatus is designed for hair removal and for skin treatment ranging from purely cosmetic rejuvenation to removing age spots, uneven pigmentation and thread veins.
- Taking on board the territorial dimension will help to develop sustainable communities and to prevent uneven regional development from reducing overall growth potential.
- Flows of trade, finance, investment, migration and their impact; uneven development, poverty and sustainability; economic and political relations, global governance including international institutions.
- In mobile networks, uneven spectrum assignment may be considered an exogenous factor which results in per-unit-cost differences between mobile operators.