adult

1. adjective
1) (fully grown: an adult gorilla.) adulto
2) (mature: adult behaviour.) adulto

2. noun
(a fully grown human being: That film is suitable only for adults.) adulto
adult n adulto / persona adulta / mayor
adult
tr['ædʌlt]
adjective
1 (gen) adulto,-a
2 (legally) mayor de edad
3 (film etc) para adultos
noun
1 (gen) adulto,-a
2 (legally) mayor nombre masulino o femenino de edad
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SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
adult education educación nombre femenino de adultos
adult [ə'dʌlt, 'æ.dʌlt] adj
: adulto
adult n
: adulto m, -ta f
adult
adj.
adulto, -a adj.
n.
adulto s.m.
adulto, -a s.m.,f.

I ə'dʌlt, 'ædʌlt
noun adulto, -ta m,f

II
adjective
a) (physically mature) adulto

all my adult life — toda mi vida de adulto

b) (mature) <behavior/approach> maduro, adulto
c) (suitable for adults) para mayores or adultos
['ædʌlt]
1. ADJ
1) [person] adulto, mayor; [animal] adulto
2) (=explicit) [film, book] para adultos
3) (=mature) maduro, adulto

to be adult about sth — comportarse como una persona adulta/como personas adultas con respecto a algo

2.
N adulto(-a) m / f

adults only — (Cine) autorizado para mayores de 18 años

3.
CPD

adult education N — educación f para adultos

adult literacy classes NPL — clases fpl de alfabetización de adultos

* * *

I [ə'dʌlt, 'ædʌlt]
noun adulto, -ta m,f

II
adjective
a) (physically mature) adulto

all my adult life — toda mi vida de adulto

b) (mature) <behavior/approach> maduro, adulto
c) (suitable for adults) para mayores or adultos

English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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