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full-grown

adjective
 
 
/ˌfʊlˈɡrəʊn/
A full-grown person, animal, or plant has developed completely, and is not expected to grow more: a full-grown manPhysically and mentally mature and immature
Translations of “full-grown”
in Chinese (Traditional) 成年的, 發育完全的…
in Russian взрослый…
in Turkish erişkin, yetişkin, tam gelişmiş…
in Chinese (Simplified) 成年的, 发育完全的…
in Polish dorosły…
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