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Spanish translation of “adult”

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adult

adjective /ˈӕdalt, (especially American) əˈdalt/
fully grown
adulto
an adult gorilla.
mature
adulto
He should have behaved in a more adult way.
intended for adults only because of sexual or violent content – used about magazines, films etc
Adulto
an adult bookshop.
adulthood noun the state of being an adult.
Adultez
Most of the young men leave home when they reach adulthood.
(Definition of adult from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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