Definitions of "ripe"
  1. This refers to a claim for relief that can be decided by a court since the damage is sure to happen and isn't just based on conjecture or theory
  2. This term is used when information is prepared and suitable for revealing, as it is deemed credible and there's no necessity for confidentiality due to business rationale
How to use "ripe" in a sentence
  1. The lawsuit is ripe for a decision as the damage is inevitable and no longer ambiguous.
  2. A report can be considered ripe when it is validated and no longer needs to be keep confidential because of business considerations.
  3. Once the damage becomes certain and not just theoretical, a case becomes ripe and can be resolved by court.

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