Definition of 'immature'
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Some claim he is just a bit immature and is struggling to settle in a foreign land. The Sun (2011)Your girlfriend sounds too young and immature to cope with parenthood. The Sun (2006)Which strikes me as an immature way of thinking about innovation. Times, Sunday Times (2013)He is socially and emotionally immature and still perceives himself in relation to others from a very narcissistic point of view. Times, Sunday Times (2010)One good theory is that too clean an environment in early childhood may turn immature cells away from learning to fight infections. The Sun (2012)Doctors hope the immature cells will grow into new blood vessels - as the patients are too ill for other treatments. The Sun (2006)Or just immature and irresponsible? Times, Sunday Times (2016)He is an immature man. The Sun (2015)She says I am immature and just like her useless exes. The Sun (2016)I usually defend the male point of view, but this man is just immature and selfish. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It is very immature and childish to be making such a comment, to be thinking like that and putting that out there for people. The Sun (2009)They were young, immature in many ways, but full of potential. Christianity Today (2000)A shy and somewhat immature man, when he wrote to her his rather blunt letters are nonetheless charged with real feeling. COURTESANS (2003)She can't see that my friend is just so immature and he's only in it for the physical side of things. The Sun (2015)That is not a childish or immature need, but understandable and universally experienced as we try to cope with life's difficulties. Know Your Own Mind (1991)I think she has stumbled on an emotionally immature man who'no one understands'. The Sun (2008)I'm not sure whether it's like an addiction for you or if you are emotionally immature. The Sun (2013)
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Translations for 'immature'
British English: immature /ˌɪməˈtjʊə; -ˈtʃʊə/ ADJECTIVE
Something that is immature is not yet fully developed.
...babies with immature lungs.
- American English: immature
- Arabic: غَيْرُ نَاضِجٍ
- Brazilian Portuguese: imaturo
- Chinese: 不成熟
- Croatian: nerazvijen
- Czech: nezralý
- Danish: umoden
- Dutch: onvolwassen
- European Spanish: inmaduro
- Finnish: epäkypsä
- French: immature
- German: unreif
- Greek: ανώριμος
- Italian: immaturo
- Japanese: 未成熟の
- Korean: 미숙한
- Norwegian: umoden
- Polish: niedojrzały
- European Portuguese: imaturo
- Romanian: imatur
- Russian: незрелый
- Spanish: inmaduro
- Swedish: omogen
- Thai: ยังเยาว์วัย
- Turkish: gelişmemiş
- Ukrainian: незрілий
- Vietnamese: non nớt
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