maturity : Definition, Usages, News and More

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muh choo ruh tee

  • n  the period of time in your life after your physical growth has stopped and you are fully developed
  • n  state of being mature; full development
  • n  the date on which an obligation must be repaid

  • Watch her work today, with the thrill of admiration at what a performer was able to achieve in sound films when the form was in its infancy, then early maturity.
  • It's time for a new maturity in the trans-Tasman relationship.
  • It is 21 years since peace came to Western Europe, and the Continent's postwar economies have reached a high measure of maturity.
News & Articles


  • Markus Naslund in The Associated Press
    I've seen the potential all along,said Naslund. "It's been a maturity that's gotten him to this point. I'm proud and happy for what he's done."
  • Bob Bradley in The Associated Press
    For the four games, we were only ahead for two minutes,Bradley said (actually it was three) after reviewing the recording of Saturday's loss. "The one side is just the maturity, the experience of knowing sometimes early in the game how to...
  • Oscar Tabarez in Herald Scotland
    I don't want to sound cocky,Tabarez said, "but I think this team is very well-prepared to take on any team. We waited a long time for this. I think the team put on a display of discipline, maturity and class, and luckily Suarez scored that...

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