Translation of maturity in Spanish:

maturity

Pronunciation: /məˈtʊrəti; məˈtjʊərəti/

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  • 1.1 (physical) madurez (f), edad (f) adulta to reach maturity llegar* a la madurez
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    • These are the signs not only of old age, but of maturity, experience and wisdom.
    • It was almost childlike, but with a strong underlying sense of maturity and wisdom.
    • The female mouse reaches sexual maturity at an age of 5-6 weeks.
    1.2 (of temperament, mentality) madurez (f) 1.3 (of plant) pleno desarrollo (m) 1.4 [Fin] vencimiento (m)
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    • Your capital is guaranteed as long as you keep the bond until maturity date.
    • As bills of exchange are meant to be discounted, they do not usually remain in the hands of the ostensible payee until their date of maturity.
    • For an investor who plans to hold the bond until maturity, liquidity risk is less important.
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    • Much of this is multilateral and bilateral debt and suppliers credits with long-term maturities and favourable terms that should not be refinanced.
    • Fixed mortgage rates continue to fall across all maturities.
    • But you don't want to go out too far in maturities.

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