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pūtea moni

1. (loan) (noun) sum of money, fund, account.

E kī ana ia ka nui te moni kei Niu Tīreni. Kei te puhake ngā pūtea moni katoa o te motu (TTT 1/8/1929: 1037). / He is saying that New Zealand has plenty of money. All the country's accounts are full to overflowing.

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Synonyms: kaute, kōrero, whakamārama, pire

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