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wātea Play

1. (verb) to be free, unoccupied, open, vacant, blank, available, clear, unencumbered.

Haere ai te mano ki Takapuna āhuareka ai, tākarokaro ai, i ngā wa e wātea ana i te mahi. Whiti ai ki ngā tima i ngā hāora katoa, i te ata, ahiahi noa, kākarauri noa, pōuri noa (KO 14/6/1884:3). / Thousands go to Takapuna for entertainment and recreation when they are free from work. The ferries cross all the time, in the morning, afternoon, at dusk and when it's dark.


huinga wātea Play

1. (noun) empty set.

Mēnā karekau he huānga kei roto i tētahi huinga, ka kīia taua huinga he huinga wātea. Koia nei ngā tohu e rua: { }, Ø (TRP 2010:128). / If there are no elements in a set, that set is called an empty set. These are the two symbols: { }, Ø.


rārangi tau wātea Play

1. (noun) blank number line.

He tino āwhina te rārangi tau wātea hei whakaatu paheko (TRP 2010:224). / A blank number line is a great help in showing operations.


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