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kaputī Play

1. (loan) (noun) cup of tea.

He kaputī, he pihikete ngā kai o te parakuihi (TJ 18/1/1900:12). / A cup of tea and biscuits were for breakfast.

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2. (loan) (noun) teacup.

E hoko ana i te huka, tī, parāoa, purēti, kaputī, naihi me te paoka, tupeka, māti, hopi, kānara (TJ 7/6/1898:8). / Selling sugar, tea, flour, plates, teacups, knives and forks, tobacco, matches, soap, candles.

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