Definitions of "mature"
  1. Refers to the act of allowing something to grow or develop to the point of fullness or completion
  2. Describes the process in which something, often a contract or obligation, reaches the point where it can be legally acted upon, thus becoming due or payable
How to use "mature" in a sentence
  1. The bonds will mature in ten years, at which point the issuer must pay the bondholders.
  2. As per their agreement, the tenant’s rent obligations mature on the first day of each month.
  3. With adequate care and conditions, the seedlings will mature into healthy, fruit-bearing trees.

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