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tāhaku

1. (particle) (determiner) my (referring to one thing), mine - variation of tāku. Often followed by a noun but can stand without one.

(Te Kākano Textbook (Ed. 2): 52-56, 108-110, 140-141;)

Ko tāhaku ki a koutou, ahakoa te pōturi o te haere ā tātau mahi, ka taea te whakaoti. / What I'm saying to you all is that despite the slow progress of our work, we will be able to complete it.

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