to mature

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Englisch - Türkisch
tekamül
olgun

Onun kız yeğeni çekici ve yaşına göre olgundur. - His niece is attractive and mature for her age.

Kız yeğenim yaşına göre çekici ve olgundur. - My niece is attractive and mature for her age.

{s} kemâle ermiş
{f} olgunlaşmak
(Tıp) Tam gelişmiş, yetişkin, olgunlaşmış, ergin, olgun
pişirmek
erişmek
yetişmiş
(Tıp) matur
zom
eşek kadar
iyi hazırlanmış (plan)
(Denizbilim) erin
tamamen
ermek
pişmek
reşit
ergin
(peynir/vb.) olmuş
olmuş
{f} olgunlaş

Sen açıkça olgunlaştın. - You've obviously matured.

Kızlar erkeklerden daha hızlı olgunlaşırlar. - Girls mature faster than boys.

olgunlaştırmak
olmak
anaç
maturate
olgunlaşmak
mature
erginleşmek
mature
Mütekâmil
maturate
{f} iltihap toplamak
mature
{s} vadesi gelmiş
mature
vadesi gelmek
mature
olgunlaş/olgunlaştır
mature
matür,v.olgunlaş: adj.olgun
mature
mantıklı
mature
vadesi dolmuş
mature
mature de liberation iyi ve uzun düşünme
mature
vade
mature
kemale ermek
mature
tamam
mature
kemale erdirmek
mature
(Biyoloji) matür
mature
{s} iyi hazırlanmış (plan, eser v.b.)
Englisch - Englisch
maturate
Profound; careful

The headmaster decided to expel the boy after a mature consideration.

Fully developed; grown up in terms of physical appearance, behaviour or thinking; ripe

She is quite mature for her age.

To reach the date when payment is due
{a} ripe, full, well digested
{v} to ripen
become due for repayment; "These bonds mature in 2005"
To bring or hasten to maturity; to promote ripeness in; to ripen; to complete; as, to mature one's plans
approval If you describe someone as mature, you think that they are fully developed and balanced in their personality and emotional behaviour. They are emotionally mature and should behave responsibly
cause to ripen and discharge pus; "The oil suppurates the pustules"
develop and reach maturity; undergo maturation; "He matured fast"; "The child grew fast"
cause to ripen or develop fully; "The sun ripens the fruit"; "Age matures a good wine"
Mature cheese or wine has been left for a time to allow its full flavour or strength to develop. Grate some mature cheddar cheese
Trees or stands that are sufficiently developed to be harvestable
When an investment such as a savings policy or pension plan matures, it reaches the stage when you stop paying money and the company pays you back the money you have saved, and the interest your money has earned. These bonuses will be paid when your savings plan matures in ten years' time
Wine which has reached its optimum point during aging It is neither too young nor too old It will exhibit a pleasing combination of sensory properties, aroma, flavor, texture
politeness If you say that someone is mature or of mature years, you are saying politely that they are middle-aged or old. a man of mature years who had been in the job for longer than most of the members could remember
If someone matures, they become more fully developed in their personality and emotional behaviour. Hopefully after three years at university I will have matured
develop and work out fully in one's mind; "I need to mature my thoughts"
A term referring to the degree to which a clay or glaze has vitrified or melted in the kiln A 'mature' stoneware or porcelain clay is normally one that is dense and strong, a 'mature' glaze flows well and heals imperfections to provide a good covering Like the term 'vitrification' mature needs to be taken in context A mature sintered refractory, for example is quite porous and would be considered immature for other uses
Refers to the growth stage at which the mean annual production of an individual tree or a community has peaked
A beer fully fermented and aged, lacking in yeasty notes
developed
To advance toward maturity; to become ripe; as, wine matures by age; the judgment matures by age and experience
When something matures, it reaches a state of complete development. When the trees matured they were cut in certain areas
– Fully grown or developed
Ready to drink
Of or pertaining to a condition of full development; as, a man of mature years
A wine which has reached its optimum point in aging and has a pleasing combination of sensory properties, especially odors
– (in Hosta) a plant with general characteristics that do not change with continued aging
Plant is considered safe from frost Corn is about ready to harvest with shucks opening and there is no green foliage present
develop and reach maturity; undergo maturation; "He matured fast"; "The child grew fast" become due for repayment; "These bonds mature in 2005" develop and work out fully in one's mind; "I need to mature my thoughts" fully considered and perfected; "mature plans" having reached full natural growth or development; "a mature cell" characteristic of maturity; "mature for her age
Come to, or in a state of, completed suppuration
adj Fully grown or developed A mature tree can reproduce
On lands allocated for timber harvest, mature is defined as trees or stands that have reached rotation age, generally around 100 years In the context of wildlife, refers to mature forest habitat with characteristics needed to provide habitat for species such as pine marten and pileated woodpecker (generally occurs around age 100)
Applied to a wine that has lost any bitterness or any sharpness and has picked up subtle and complex characteristics
In insurance, a policy matures when its face amount becomes payable This could occur upon the death of the insured, or in some forms of insurance such as endowments, as of a specified date (LI)
characteristic of maturity; "mature for her age"
Brought by natural process to completeness of growth and development; fitted by growth and development for any function, action, or state, appropriate to its kind; full-grown; ripe
(of birds) having developed feathers or plumage; often used in combination
If something such as wine or cheese matures or is matured, it is left for a time to allow its full flavour or strength to develop. Unlike wine, brandy matures only in wood, not glass. the cellars where the cheeses are matured
To become mature; to ripen
{s} ripe; full-grown, adult; fully developed; based on careful consideration; completely planned
{f} cause to ripen; cause to develop fully; ripen, age, grow up; reach full maturity; develop; due for payment; work out (a plan) completely, perfect
A life policy is mature when the face amount becomes payable during the lifetime of the insured
Fully developed, ready to drink
Indicates a wine has reached its proper time-frame for consumption
Completely worked out; fully digested or prepared; ready for action; made ready for destined application or use; perfected; as, a mature plan
To gain experience or wisdom with age
characteristic of maturity; "mature for her age
Hence, to become due, as a note
In life insurance, the time when a policy becomes payable A whole life policy matures upon the death of the insured or when its cash value equals its cash value (usually at age 100) In either case the face amount becomes payable Also, the status of a bond when it reaches the date on which it is redeemable for its full maturity value
To cease to exist; to expire
fully developed or matured and ready to be eaten or used; "ripe peaches"; "full-bodies mature wines"
having reached full natural growth or development; "a mature cell"
grow old or older; "She aged gracefully"; "we age every day--what a depressing thought!"; "Young men senesce"
When a child or young animal matures, it becomes an adult. You will learn what to expect as your child matures physically = grow up
fully considered and perfected; "mature plans"
to mature
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