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Translation of "ripe" - English-Spanish dictionary

ripe

adjective   /raɪp/
developed enough and ready to be eaten maduro, en su punto ripe bananas
(Definition of ripe from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

ripe

adjective /raip/
(opposite unripe) (of fruit, grain etc) ready to be gathered in or eaten maduro ripe apples/corn.
ripeness noun
madurez
ripen verb
to make or become ripe or riper madurar The sun ripened the corn The corn ripened in the sun.
ripe (old) age noun
a very old age edad avanzada (de) He lived to the ripe (old) age of ninety-five.
(Definition of ripe from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “ripe”
in Korean 잘 익은…
in Arabic ناضِج…
in Malaysian masak ranum…
in French mûr…
in Russian спелый…
in Chinese (Traditional) 果實/莊稼, (果實或莊稼)成熟的…
in Italian maturo…
in Turkish olmuş, olgun, hazır…
in Polish dojrzały…
in Vietnamese chín…
in Portuguese maduro, maturado…
in Thai สุก…
in German reif…
in Catalan madur, madurat…
in Japanese (果物などが)熟れた, 完熟した…
in Chinese (Simplified) 果实/庄稼, (果实或庄稼)成熟的…
in Indonesian matang…
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