ripe Meaning in the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary
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Meaning of “ripe” - Learner’s Dictionary

ripe

adjective
 
 
/raɪp/
B2 developed enough and ready to be eaten: ripe bananasFarming - general wordsVarious qualities of foodReady and willingUnwilling and reluctant
ripe for sth developed enough to be ready for something: The country is ripe for change. The time is ripe for (= It is the right time for) investing in new technology.Ready and willingUnwilling and reluctant
Translations of “ripe”
in Arabic ناضِج…
in Korean 잘 익은…
in Malaysian masak ranum…
in French mûr…
in Turkish olmuş, olgun, hazır…
in Italian maturo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 果實/莊稼, (果實或莊稼)成熟的…
in Russian спелый…
in Polish dojrzały…
in Vietnamese chín…
in Spanish maduro…
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 Indonesian matang…
in Chinese (Simplified) 果实/庄稼, (果实或庄稼)成熟的…
(Definition of ripe from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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