age of majority
Noun

age of majority

  1. (legal) The age at which the rights and privileges of an adult are legally granted or recognized; i.e.; the age where a person ceases to be a minor legally and becomes a legal adult.
    In Indiana the age of majority is 18 years.
Synonyms Translations
  • French: majorité civile, majorité légale
  • German: Volljährigkeit, Volljährigkeitsalter
  • Portuguese: maioridade
  • Russian: совершенноле́тие
  • Spanish: mayoría de edad



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