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1. (verb) single, individual.

Kāore a Te Rangitāke rātou ko te hunga whakahē ki te hoko i whakaae kia takitahi te tuku o ngā kerēme (TTR 1990:290). / Te Rangitāke and all those opposed to the sale did not agree that individual claims be made.


2. (modifier) singly, solo, individual.

Hau ana tōna rongo, ā, whāia haere tonutia ana ia hei kaiwaiata takitahi (TTR 1998:62). / Her reputation spread and she was continually sought after as a soloist.


3. (noun) single person, single individual, singles.

Ko Ngāti Maniapoto anō tētahi i whakahē ki te wāwāhi o te whenua kia riro i te takitahi. / Ngāti Maniapoto was another tribe that opposed dividing up the land for individual title.


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