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premature

adjective
 
 
/ˈpremətʃər/ US  /ˌpriːməˈtʊr/
happening too soon or before the usual time
vaktinden önce, vakitsiz
premature ageing/death a premature baby [+ to do sth] It seems a bit premature to start talking about it already.Early
prematurely adverb
zamanından önce oluşan şekliyle
He died prematurely of cancer.
Translations of “premature”
in Arabic مُبكّر, سابِق لأوَانِه…
in Korean 예정보다 이른…
in Malaysian pramatang…
in French prématuré…
in Italian prematuro…
in Chinese (Traditional) 過早的, 不成熟的, 倉促的…
in Russian преждевременный…
in Polish przedwczesny…
in Vietnamese đẻ non…
in Spanish prematuro…
in Portuguese prematuro, antes do tempo…
in Thai ก่อนกำหนด…
in German frühzeitig…
in Catalan prematur…
in Japanese 早過ぎる, 時期尚早な…
in Indonesian prematur…
in Chinese (Simplified) 过早的, 不成熟的, 仓促的…
(Definition of premature from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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