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English definition of “mature”
/məˈtʃʊər/ verb [I]
› FINANCE, INSURANCE to become ready to be paid: a bond/policy/investment matures When the bonds matured in September, they produced a profit of $39 million. What happens if the firm goes bust before my policy has matured? The endowment is due to mature in five years.
› ECONOMICS, MARKETING if a market, industry, etc. matures, it stops growing or developing as fast as it did when it was new: a market/industry matures The market matured and only a few brands survived.
› to become completely grown or developed: They started to worry about environmental damage only after their own economies matured. You should plan for your business to mature within three to five years.