mature

Mature vs Mater - What's the difference?

mature | mater |


As nouns the difference between mature and mater

is that mature is masts (of a ship) while mater is .

Used vs Mature - What's the difference?

used | mature | Related terms |

Used is a related term of mature.


As a verb used

is (use).

As an adjective used

is that is or has or have been used.

As a noun mature is

masts (of a ship).

Mature vs Traditional - What's the difference?

mature | traditional | Related terms |

Mature is a related term of traditional.


As a noun mature

is masts (of a ship).

As an adjective traditional is

of or pertaining to tradition; derived from tradition; communicated from ancestors to descendants by word only; transmitted from age to age without writing; as, traditional opinions; traditional customs; traditional expositions of the scriptures.

Mature vs Complete - What's the difference?

mature | complete | Related terms |

Mature is a related term of complete.


As a noun mature

is masts (of a ship).

As a verb complete is

.

Heritage vs Mature - What's the difference?

heritage | mature |


As nouns the difference between heritage and mature

is that heritage is heritage, inheritance, legacy while mature is masts (of a ship).

Mature vs Majority - What's the difference?

mature | majority |


As nouns the difference between mature and majority

is that mature is masts (of a ship) while majority is more than half (50%) of some group.

Yield vs Mature - What's the difference?

yield | mature |


As nouns the difference between yield and mature

is that yield is (obsolete) payment; tribute while mature is masts (of a ship).

As a verb yield

is (obsolete) to pay, give in payment; repay, recompense; reward; requite.

Premature vs Mature - What's the difference?

premature | mature |


As a verb premature

is .

As a noun mature is

masts (of a ship).

Outmoded vs Mature - What's the difference?

outmoded | mature | Related terms |

Outmoded is a related term of mature.


As an adjective outmoded

is unfashionable.

As a verb outmoded

is (outmode).

As a noun mature is

masts (of a ship).

Nurture vs Mature - What's the difference?

nurture | mature |


As nouns the difference between nurture and mature

is that nurture is the act of nourishing or nursing; tender care; education; training while mature is masts (of a ship).

As a verb nurture

is to nourish or nurse.

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