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WordReference Random House Unabridged Dictionary of American English © 2015
n. WordReference Random House Learner's Dictionary of American English © 2015
the act or process of maturating.
- Medieval Latin mātūrātiōn- (stem of mātūrātiō). See maturate, -ion
- Middle English: suppuration 1350–1400
ma•ture /məˈtʊr, -ˈtyʊr, -ˈtʃʊr/USA pronunciation
adj., -tur•er, -tur•est,v., -tured, -tur•ing.
fully developed in body or mind:mature enough to take care of herself when she came home from school.
complete in development:The wine is fully mature.
[before a noun] intended for or composed of adults:mature subjects; a movie for mature audiences.
Businesspayable; due:a mature bond.
to (cause to) become mature: [no object]The wine had matured beautifully.[~ + object]Experience has matured him.
[no object] to become due:The bond had matured and was worth $50.
mat•u•ra•tion /ˌmætʃəˈreɪʃən/USA pronunciationn. [uncountable]
mature is an adjective and a verb, maturity is a noun:She's very mature for her age. The plants matured and grew. Face your problems with maturity.
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maturation /ˌmætjʊˈreɪʃən ˌmætʃʊ-/ n
- the process of maturing or ripening
- the development of ova and spermatozoa from precursor cells in the ovary and testis, involving meiosis