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mature

adjective     /məˈtjʊər/
AGE
completely grown or developed: sexually mature mature treesPhysically and mentally mature and immature
BEHAVIOUR
B2 Mature people behave like adults in a way that shows they are well developed emotionally: She seems very mature for thirteen. →  Opposite immature Physically and mentally mature and immature
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