2. (modifier) generally, broadly, widely.
E whakaaetia whānuitia ana, i ahu mai ngā tīpuna tūturu o ngā tāngata o Te Moana-nui-a-Kiwa i te takiwā o Taiwana, kātahi ka heke ki te tonga, ki te tonga-mā-rāwhiti (Te Ara 2013). / It is generally agreed that the ultimate ancestors of Polynesians originated in the area of Taiwan and then migrated south and south-east.
1. (personal noun) Vega - fifth brightest star in the sky and the brightest in the constellation Lyra.
I te mea ka mōhiotia ngō pō e puta ai a Whānui ka whakapaia ngā rua, ka rere a Whānui ka tīmata te hauhake i ngā kai (TWMNT 11/9/1872:110). / Because the nights when the star Vega appeared were known, the storage pits were prepared and when Vega rose the harvesting of the food began.
1. (loan) (noun) general election.
1. (noun) general population, public.
Kei te kaha te wānangatia o tēnei kaupapa i reira, he pōhēhē nō rātou mā tēnei momo whakahaere e pakari ake ai, e kaha ake ai te tahuri mai o te iwi whānui ki te reo (HM 3/1990:1). / This topic is being hotly debated there, because they think mistakenly that through this type of organisation the general population will focus more strongly on the language.
1. (noun) public, wider community.
Ehara mā te pūmau anake o ngā mātua Māori ki te manaaki i ā rātou tamariki ka tipu ora anō ai, engari me tautoko anō hoki e te hapori whānui (Te Ara 2015). / It's not only by Māori parents being diligent about nurturing their children that they will be healthy, but they must also be supported by the wider community.
1. (noun) range (maths).
Ko te inenga whānui te huatango o te mōkito me te mōrahi o tētahi huinga raraunga. Ka noho katoa ngā raraunga ki waenganui i te mōkito me te mōrahi, ā, ka kīia taua takiwā ko te inenga whānui o te huinga raraunga (TRP 2010:132). / The range is the difference between the minimum and maximum of a set of data. All the data is situated between the minimum and maximum, and that space is called the range of the data set (TRP 2010:132).
1. (noun) standart unit of measurement (maths).