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hapa Play

1. (loan) (verb) to eat supper, have an evening meal, take communion.

Ka parakuihi i te ono, ka haere i te waru, ka tina i te tahi, ka hapa i te whitu (TP 4/1909:9). / They breakfasted at six, went at eight, ate lunch at one, and dinner at seven.


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2. (loan) (noun) tea, dinner, supper, communion, Lord's supper.

I tētahi ahiahi, ka mutu tā rāua hapa ko tōna ngoingoi me ā rāua tamariki, ka haere atu ia ki te taha o te ahi noho ai, titiro ai ki te pai o te kā o te ahi (TP 3/1911:11). / One evening, when he and his elderly lady and their children had finished their tea, he went to sit beside the fire and to look at how nice the fire was burning.


hapa Play

1. (stative) be crooked.


hapa Play

1. (verb) to be passed over, missed out, omitted, passed by, miss out, past by.

Kāore i hapa tā Te Whitu, tuku ana te wahine i a rātou kia romiromitia, kia mātakitakitia e te hātana, ā, kia takakinotia i te nui o tō rātou whakapono ki ngā mahi tohunga (TP 10/1904:2). / Nothing that Te Whitu had said was missed, the women allowed themselves to be massaged and gazed at by the heathen and to be abused because of their belief in the witchcraft.


2. (noun) false start, fault, error, omission, foul, infringement, mistake, miscue.

Ko tōna raru nui kē, ka noho āna hapa hei whakakotiti i a koe, i te mea tika (HM 4/2008:5). / The big problem is that its faults will lead you into errors and away from what is correct.


hāpa Play

1. (loan) (noun) harp.

Ka akona ia ki te waiata, ki te whakatangi i te hāpa, ā muri mai ka whakaakoria ia ki te kōrero pukapuka (KO 20/12/1887:6). / He was taught to sing and to play the harp, and later he was taught to read.


hapa wetereo Play

1. (noun) syntax error.


tū hapa Play

1. (verb) to be offside (sport).


ripa hapa Play

1. (noun) fault line.

Ka toro atu ētahi hapa ki te hōhonutanga o Paptūānuku, ka toro anō ētahi i te whānui o tētahi paparahi. Ka kīia ēnei, he ripa hapa (RP 2009:187). / Some faults extend to the depths of the earth, others extend along a continent. These are called fault lines.


pae hapa Play

1. (noun) margin of error.

Mehemea e inea ana te rahi o tētahi mea ki te āwhata motukore, e kore e tōtika pū te ine. Mēnā ka kīia ko te 21cm te roa o tētahi mea, ko te tikanga e pātata atu ana ki te 21cm, tērā i te 20cm, i te 22cm rānei. Ko te pae hapa kei waenganui i te 20.5cm me te 21.5cm (TRP 2010:187). / If something is being measured against a continuous scale, the measurement will never be exact. If something is said to be 21cm long, this indicates that the length is closer to 21cm than 20cm or 22cm. The margin of error is between 20.5cm and 21.5cm. (TRP 2010:187).


hapa tautuku Play

1. (noun) penalty (for a fault or error).

Mēnā ka hapa te kapa, ka tangohia he māka e ngā kaiwhakawā, ā, ka kīia tērā he hapa tautuku (RMR 2017). / If the performing group makes an error, marks are deducted by the judges and that is called a penalty.


kāore e hapa Play

1. without a doubt, no doubt, there is no doubt, doubtless - an idiom to indicate that the speaker really believes something he is about to say.

Ko te wā pai mō te patu i taua manu kei ngā rā kaha te hau, nui te ua. Ki te kaha te hau me te ua kāore e hapa te whiwhi i ētahi kuaka tini (HKW 1/11/1901:2). / The best time for hunting those birds is on the days when the wind is blowing and there's a lot of rain. If the wind and rain are strong without a doubt many godwits will be obtained.
Ki te haurangi tō kāpene o te tima, kāore e hapa te eke ki runga toka. Waihoki ki te haurangi tonu koutou, kāore e hapa te aituā o te iwi (TP 3/1903:11). / If your captain of the ship is drunk, without a doubt you'll end up on the rocks. Likewise if you are continually drunk, it will certainly end up in a disaster for the people.

See also (e) kore e hapa


(e) kore e hapa Play

1. without a doubt, no doubt, there is no doubt, doubtless - an idiom to indicate that the speaker really believes something he is about to say.

Mehemea ka neke whaka-te-tonga ake ia, e kore e hapa ka hau tōna rongo i Te Moana-a-Raukawa, i te mahi whakawhitiwhiti taonga mō te pū, i ngā kaipuke e toro mai ana (TTR 1990:298). / If he moved south, without a doubt his fame would spread from the Cook Strait, by trading goods for guns with the ships visiting.
Kore e hapa ka mīere a Tou mā i te pōtitanga ā tērā tau (HKK 1999:150). / There is no doubt that Tou and co. will be beaten in the election next year.

See also kāore e hapa


hapa ā-ringa Play

1. (noun) handling error (rugby).


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