音標 [mə'tjuə]
adj. 形容詞 (-turer; -turest)1. (有機體)熟的,成熟的;(精神、智力)圓熟的,發育完全的。
2. (葡萄酒等)釀成的。
3. 成年人的;【地質學;地理學】壯年的。
4. 仔細考慮過的,慎重的;賢明的。
5. (票據等)已到期的。
vt. 及物動詞 使熟;使成熟;完成;慎重擬定(計劃等)。
vi. 不及物動詞 熟,成熟;(票據等)到期。
Wine and judgement mature with age. 酒陳味醇,人老識深。
adv. 動詞 副詞 -ly ,-ness n. 名詞


    1. At last indicates that according to three principle that is compatible to the nation just and the native agreement with the whole system of the criminal procedure we must trace the same road of the japan, that is count under particulars of charge. to achieve this aim, we need to set up some mature that fit with it especially of which to innovate the accusatory instruments

    2. The spirit is allowed to mature in oakwood.

    3. Mature, understanding, approachable and have a strong desire to help others

    4. Compared with the market share of systems adopted by several journals in taiwan, the authors also analyze the aspers process empirically, and concluded the obstacles or opportunities to success remain with a mature submission / refereeing manner and the sufficient contributions for journals

    5. The hong kong community is now a mature and avid user of it