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being in an early period of growth or development

of or characteristic of a child, especially in immaturity

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characteristic of a lack of maturity

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(used of living things especially persons) in an early period of life or development or growth

not fully developed or mature

not yet mature

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(of birds) not yet having developed feathers

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However, there are far too many that are simply too immature and likely to be influenced to vote for a party that they little about and have no idea what they stand for.
He further informed that the appellant belonged to management cadre while he was transferred to general cadre in Abbotabad adding that an officer could only be transferred once he had completed the tenure of three years but the appellant joined health services in 2013 and transferred in 2015 which was immature transfer.
Study of how the components of sensation seeking(adventure, experience seeking, escape from inhibition, boredom susceptibility and) and defence styles(mature, immature and neurotic) relate to aggression.
The court heard his chromosome disorder, diagnosed last year, made him immature.
Now, Northwestern Medicine scientists have found the molecular pathway that can prevent the death of immature ovarian eggs due to chemotherapy, potentially preserving fertility and endocrine function.
Stokes has worked with or discovered some of the most talented artist in the business today, including Brandy, Destiny's Child, Bobby Brown, BBD, B2K, Immature, Omarion & Marques Houston to name a few.
Eight out of 10 women quizzed said they believed men "never stop being childish", while a quarter of males said they were actively immature - more than double the number of women who did.
Jason Biggs, who plays Jim Levenstein, said: "We are very immature as a group, we are very immature individually but that's a seperate thing.
The latest example: In Russia, a plant has been coaxed into growth from immature fruits buried for 30,000 years in northeastern Siberia.
An artificial ovary, where immature eggs could be procured by the thousands and then matured at will in the laboratory, would open up huge possibilities for the one in 1,000 women who need it, said Stephan Krotz, lead author of an article appearing in the current issue of the Journal of Assisted Reproduction and Genetics.
Scientists found numbers of immature reproductive cells were dramatically reduced in male embryos exposed to effects of tobacco.
Jing Ulrich, chairwoman for China equities and commodities at JPMorgan Chase & Co (NYSE: GS), has opined that the Chinese stock markets are most immature.
Autotransplantation of an immature pre-molar, with the aid of cone beam CT and computer-aided prototyping: a case report.
The premature harvesting of wheat generates immature kernels which may have a negative impact on the quality of the wheat.
However, my real concern is that this action was taken because of several immature comments from a few customers.