Maturity n madurez.
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The Silicon Valley electric car manufacturer has plowed through its adolescence and is showing signs of maturity.
To make or become mature.
God is witness to all things., ( ) ;.Muh-choo r-i-tee, -too r-, -tyoo r-, -chur-, see more synonyms for maturity on m noun the state of being mature; ripeness: The fruit will reach maturity in a few days.He grinds the grains of maturity or the herbs that make the elixir of life.Sometimes when tensions run high, even our esteemed elders show a certain lack of maturity.The country has reached a certain level of maturity and is ready to go out and mix with the rest of the world, says Faena.In the financial press, the term, maturity, is sometimes used as shorthand for the security itself, for example, In the market today the yields on ten-year maturities increased means the prices of bonds due to mature in ten years fell, and thus the redemption yield.Show More Online Etymology Dictionary, 2010 Douglas Harper maturity in Medicine maturity (m-chur-t, -tur-).Show More The American Heritage Stedman's Medical Dictionary Copyright 2002, 2001, 1995 by Houghton Mifflin Company.Historical Examples, though we are not told the age of Lazarus we judge that he was at most no more than in man's maturity.
(of an insurance policy) to become due to be paid.
Some instruments have a range of possible maturity dates, and such stocks can usually be repaid at any time within that range, as chosen by the borrower.
The time when a note or bill of exchange becomes due.
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