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maturity

[muh-choor-i-tee, -toor-, -tyoor-, -chur-]
noun
1.
the state of being mature; ripeness: The fruit will reach maturity in a few days.
2.
full development; perfected condition: maturity of judgment; to bring a plan to maturity.
3.
Finance.
a.
the state of being due.
b.
the time when a note or bill of exchange becomes due.

Origin:
1400–50; late Middle English maturite < Latin mātūritās ripeness. See mature, -ity

nonmaturity, noun
overmaturity, noun
semimaturity, noun
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maturity (məˈtjʊərɪtɪ, -ˈtʃʊə-)
 
n
1.  the state or quality of being mature; full development
2.  finance
 a.  the date upon which a bill of exchange, bond, note, etc, becomes due for repayment
 b.  the state of a bill, note, etc, when due

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maturity
late 14c., from L. maturitatem (nom. maturitas) "ripeness," from maturus "ripe" (see mature).
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maturity ma·tu·ri·ty (mə-tyur'ĭ-tē, -tur'-, -chur'-)
n.

  1. The state or quality of being fully grown or developed.

  2. The state or quality of being mature.

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