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kei a [koe] mō te ...

1. [you]'re great at ... - an idiom praising someone's ability at a particular task. It can also be used to criticise someone's actions or for not having done something.

Kei a ia mō te haka. / He's great at performing the haka.

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Synonyms: waewae kai pakiaka, tareka, toa, ringa rehe, Kei a ... mō te ..., riwha, taea

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