1. (verb) (-hia,-ngia,-ria,-tia) to exhibit, display, reflect, simulate, act, pretend.
2. (modifier) reflecting.
Ko ētahi anō wāhi o te kūrae nei e nui ana te kōrero, pūrākau, pēnei i te kōrero mō Te Wai Whakaata a Tūtāmure, te hōpua whakaata i kite ai a Tūtāmure i tōna ake āhua (Te Ara 2013). / Other parts of this headland are rich in local history and legend, such as the pool known as Te Wai Whakaata a Tūtāmure, the reflecting pool where Tūtāmure looked at his appearance.
4. (noun) mirroring.
Ko te whakaata, arā, he ōrite, he ngātahi ngā nekeneke a ētahi kaikanikani tokorua, mata ki te mata, ko tētahi te whakaatanga o tētahi (RMR 2017). / Mirroring is when the movements of pairs of dancers are simultaneous face to face where one is the mirror image of the other.
1. (loan) (noun) videotape, video cassette.
1. (noun) mirror line.
Ko te whakaata tētahi o ngā panoni matua. Ka huripokina te mātāoroko i te rārangi whakaata. He ōrite te āhua me te rahi o te mātāoroko me te mātātuhi, engari he rerekē te wāhi noho me te ahunga (TRP 2010:320). / Reflection is one of the main transformations. The object is flipped in a mirror line. The object and the image have the same shape and size, but a different position and orientation (TRP 2010:320).
1. (noun) glide reflection.
He momo panoni te whakaata nekehanga. Ko te whakaata me te neke i tētahi āhua. He whakarara te ahu o te neke ki te rārangi whakaata (TRP 2010:321). / Glide reflection is a type of transformation. An object is reflected and translated. The direction of the translation is parallel with the mirror line.