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maturity 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Noun
/məˈCHo͝oritē/,/məˈt(y)o͝or-/,
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maturities, plural;
  1. The state, fact, or period of being mature
    • - their experience, maturity, and strong work ethic
    • - the delicate style of his maturity
  2. The time when an insurance policy, security, etc., matures

  3. An insurance policy, security, etc., having a fixed maturity date


  1. adulthood: the period of time in your life after your physical growth has stopped and you are fully developed
  2. state of being mature; full development
  3. the date on which an obligation must be repaid
  4. In finance, maturity or maturity date refers to the final payment date of a loan or other financial instrument, at which point the (and all remaining interest) is due to be paid.
  5. In petroleum geology, the maturity of a rock is a measure of its state in terms of hydrocarbon generation. Maturity is established using a combination of geochemical and basin modelling techniques.
  6. Maturity is a psychological term used to indicate that a person responds to the circumstances or environment in an appropriate and adaptive manner. This response is generally learned rather than instinctive, and is not determined by one's age. ...
  7. In sedimentology, maturity describes the composition of grains in sandstones occurring from various amounts of sediment transportation. It occurs when the grains in a sediment become well-sorted and well-rounded due to weathering of the grains. ...
  8. The state of being mature, ready or ripe; When bodily growth has completed and/or reproduction can begin; Date when payment is due
  9. (Maturities) The dates on which the principal or stated values of investments or debt obligations mature and may be reclaimed.
  10. The date on which the principal balance of a loan, bond, or other financial instrument becomes due and payable.
  11. The date a loan becomes payable in full. This is most often the due date of the final payment of a loan.
  12. The date for settlement or expiry of a financial instrument.
  13. Process of re-evaluating all open positions with the current market prices. These new values then determine margin requirements.
  14. Period within which a futures contract can be settled by delivery of the actual commodity.
  15. The date of maturity is the date on which a debt becomes due for payment. For example, if a bond has a face value of $1,000 and a 30-year term of maturity, the bondholder should receive $1,000 in 30 years.
  16. (1) Termination period of a note. For example: A 30 year mortgage has maturity of 30 years. (2) In sales law, the date a note becomes due.
  17. The date a debt or investment must be paid in full.
  18. The number of days from transplanting seedling to the first mature fruit. Early-Season varieties generally mature between 55 to 68 days; Midseason varieties- 69 to 79 days; Late season varieties from 80 days and beyond.
  19. The date on which a loan or bond comes due and is to be paid off.
  20. The date a debt becomes due for payment.
  21. When ware and glazes have reached their proper heatwork.
  22. A stage in the geomorphic cycle in which maximum relief and well-developed drainage are both present.
  23. The date at which a security, like a bond, is redeemed at face value by the issuer.
  24. when a loan must be repaid; when it becomes "due and payable"
  25. Amount of time until the loan is fully due and payable. For example, a 5-year intermediate-term loan has a maturity of 5 years.