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Kupu Hou

1. Nōhea rawa! — No way!

2. Ehara, ehara! — For sure!

3. I wāu nei hoki— Harden up

4. Āe mārika — Yes, indeed

5. Nā whai anō — It’s no wonder

6. Mā te aha i tēnā — That’s better than nothing

7. Kei te āhua o… — It depends on …

8. Mea rawa ake — Nek minnit

9. Kia meatia! — So what!

10. Wheo kē! Buzzy

11. Mā tēnā ka aha? — What will that achieve?

12. Wepua atu! — Give it your all

13. Koia pū — Bang on

14. Wēkenerū — Wicked!

15. Turituri warawara — Blah blah blah

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