There are 2 translations of mature in Spanish:

mature1

Pronunciation: /məˈtʊr; məˈtjʊə(r)/

adj

  • 1.1 (developed) [animal/plant/tree] adulto; [fruit/vegetable] maduro; [industry/market] desarrollado; [artist/ideas/work] maduro a mature student (British English/inglés británico) un estudiante mayor at that age most girls are physically mature a esa edad la mayoría de las niñas ya se han desarrollado
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    • Studies on the bamboo cell wall have focussed mainly on fully elongated and mature fibres.
    • However, it is clear that only a small fraction of the spermatids develop into mature spermatozoa in males.
    • Boys are almost fully mature at this point and have developed a tough outer shell that protects them from their natural predators.
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    • They all come out with much more advanced, mature golf swings.
    • In fact, I proudly imagined myself to be the only twelve year old in the UK with such advanced, mature tastes for my age.
    • A lot of products are technologically mature, so the advances are in usability.
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    • Again, if the rim is brown, it's probably mature and ready to drink.
    • Food that I would normally savour, like mature cheese, bacon, or roast beef, has tasted dry and dead in my mouth.
    • While most of the wines were of very recent vintage, we did taste one mature wine, and it was excellent.
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    • However, there is a problem here in that almost every other mature economy in Europe wants tax harmonisation.
    • Markets are highly saturated, and the industry is mature in the developed world.
    • In the midst of this, our president is determined to cut taxes to revive a mature economy.
    1.2 (sensible) [person/attitude] maduro
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    • I don't deserve this and I am too mature to play silly emotional games.
    • Does that mean I'm becoming a more emotionally and spiritually mature adult?
    • He's mature beyond his years, practices extremely well, works really hard, soaks things up.
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    • On mature consideration though, perhaps those black puddings of theirs count as weapons of mass destruction and merit a pre-emptive strike.
    • But I would hope that, on mature reflection, he would not be advised to take any purely technical point on service.
    • What he provides instead is a substantial elaboration of the original, clarifying and extending it with the benefit of mature reflection.
    1.3 [Cookery/Cocina] [whiskey] añejo; [cheese] curado; [wine] añejo, de crianza 1.4 [Finance/Finanzas] [policy/bond/debenture] vencido
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    • It can point the way to creating a bond between two people, but it is not itself a mature bond.

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adj
triumphal …
Cultural fact of the day

The deck of cards used in Spain is called the baraja francesa. The four suits are oros, copas, espadas, and bastos, corresponding to diamonds, hearts, spades, and clubs. Each suit has nine numbered cards and three face cards - jack (sota), knight, and king. There is no queen.

There are 2 translations of mature in Spanish:

mature2

vi

  • 1.1 (develop) [plant/animal/person] desarrollarse; [artist/writer/work] madurar; [wine] añejarse to mature with age [person] madurar con la edad [cheese/wine] madurar con los años or el tiempo
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    • The trapping was prompted by a drop in numbers as it was estimated that only around five per cent of all spawnings actually matured into young fish.
    • Yorkshire's most famous soul singer has matured into a handsome, outwardly respectable middle-aged man with a raffish undertow.
    • Not only did they survive, but every single one of my seedlings matured into a sturdy adolescent.
    1.2 (become sensible) madurar
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    • He had matured and he was ready to be a father no matter what it took.
    • Report writers say that you have matured and improved your coping strategies.
    • It's impossible to project how players will physically grow and mature emotionally.
    1.3 [Finance/Finanzas] [bond/policy] vencer*
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    • Of the total debt stock, 80 per cent was private debt and almost 36 per cent was short term, maturing in 12 months or less.
    • It's reckoned that the average policy yet to mature will come up several thousand pounds short.
    • If I didn't trust the stock market to create a lump sum to pay off my home loan when it matured, then why on earth did I trust it to produce enough for my retirement pot at the end of my working life?

vt

  • 1.1 [wine/whiskey] añejar; [cheese] estacionar 1.2 [person] hacer* madurar
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    • Cheddar has to be kept for a long time before it matures, whereas Caerphilly ripens in 10 days.
    • Two styles were released after maturing for three and five years respectively in French and American oak; only a five-year-old vintage dated version is now made.
    • And the rule of the thumb is; the longer the cheese takes to mature, the sharper or stronger the taste it develops.

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Word of the day triunfal
adj
triumphal …
Cultural fact of the day

The deck of cards used in Spain is called the baraja francesa. The four suits are oros, copas, espadas, and bastos, corresponding to diamonds, hearts, spades, and clubs. Each suit has nine numbered cards and three face cards - jack (sota), knight, and king. There is no queen.