English to Afrikaans Meaning :: mature

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volwasse
Adjective
volwasse, ryp, verslaaf, gevorderde, grys, verstok, geskoolde, full-volwasse, volwaardige, practisch
Verb
ryp, volwasse, draai grys, seisoen, veretteren, draai, verhard, rond draai, vorm, sweer, versamel

Mature    :volwasse

 

Mature - volwasse

Matured :: volwasse

Maturely :: volwasse

Matures :: verval

Maturing :: volwasse





  

Related Words

1. mature woman :: volwasse vrou


Synonyms
Adjective

1. adult :: volwasse


2. sensible :: sinvolle


3. ripe :: ryp


4. careful :: versigtig


5. fledged ::


6. matured ::

Verb


7. be fully grown :: word volgroeide


8. grow up :: word groot


9. ripen :: ryp


10. develop :: ontwikkel


11. grow :: groei


12. suppurate :: veretteren


13. senesce :: verouder


Antonyms

1. green :: groen


2. immature :: onvolwasse


3. juvenile :: jeugdige


4. young :: jong


Different forms

mature, matured, maturely, matures, maturing


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