-I would mature
The word maduraría is the conditional form of madurar in the first person singular. There are other translations for this conjugation.
See the full madurar conjugation


Escuche... Al sol, maduraría antes.
Listen, put it in the sun.
Solo al final del invierno de vuestro alma maduraría el tiempo y el conocimiento sagrado ascendería de las profundidades de vuestra conciencia.
Only at the end of your soul winter time would be mature and the holy knowledge from the depths of your consciousness would rise up.
Pero luego, a la hora de trabajar, de hacer las cosas, surge algo que la política oficial -incluso nosotros desde nuestro plano- no podía imaginar que maduraría tan bien.
And then when the work and the action start something emerges which the official policy, including ourselves at this level, could never have imagined would suddenly have developed so well.
Y dije, quiero hacer esto cuatro años, ganar dinero, estaba formando una familia y maduraría un poco, y quizá el negocio de la neurociencia también maduraría un poco.
I said, I want to do this for four years, make some money, I was having a family, and I would mature a bit, and maybe the business of neuroscience would mature a bit.
Tal vez indicaba la excesiva significación institucional que otorgaban los dirigentes de Europa a un Parlamento Europeo que alguna vez maduraría -y maduró- en la democracia, en la Europa Unida, que se iba a apoyar -y se apoya, en la democracia.
It is perhaps a sign of the inordinate institutional significance attributed by the founding fathers of Europe to a European Parliament that would reach maturity - and did reach maturity - in democracy, within a united Europe that would be based, and is based, on democracy?
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