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Translation of "mature" - English-Spanish dictionary

mature

adjective   /məˈtjʊər/
completely grown or developed maduro mature trees
behaving well, like an adult maduro She seems very mature for 13.
→  Opposite immature
verb   /məˈtjʊər/ ( present participle maturing, past tense and past participle matured)
to become completely grown or developed madurar
to start to behave well, like an adult madurar Girls mature earlier than boys.
(Definition of mature from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

mature

adjective /məˈtjuə/
(having the qualities of someone who, or something that, is) fully grown or developed maduro a very mature person a mature attitude.
(of cheese, wine etc) ready for eating or drinking maduro a mature cheese.
maturely adverb
maduramente He behaved very maturely, considering how young he is.
maturity noun
madurez
matureness noun
madurez
(Definition of mature from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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