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kaitā

1. (stative) be large, big, major.

Heoi, tētahi parekura kaitā te tīmatanga mai (HP 1971:6). / And so that was the beginning of a major battle.

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kaitā

1. (noun) printer, publisher.

Ka kitea e ia ngā hēnga, ka whakatikaia, ka whakahokia anō ki ngā kaitā perehi, kātahi ka mahia tikatia e rātou (TWM 13/6/1863:2). / When the mistakes are found they are corrected, returned to the printers and then they make the corrections.

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