English to Maori Meaning of acme - e tumutumu

Acme :
e tumutumu

keokeonga, pourewa, runga, tihi, e tumutumu, paari, pua, kōmata, afa ti'ao

e tumutumuacmes
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Definitions of acme in English
Noun(1) the highest level or degree attainable; the highest stage of development(2) the highest point (of something
Examples of acme in English
(1) In his development of Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck in a quarter-century of Warner Bros. cartoons, Chuck reached and raised the acme of comic animation.(2) physics is the acme of scientific knowledge(3) Suddenly the already tragically passÔö£┬« dress that nobody bought because it was, is and ever shall be completely hideous, becomes the acme of desirability because it's got money off.(4) He last worked with them on Born in the USA, an extraordinarily bombastic album that still represents the acme of 1980s stadium rock.(5) Civil war, revolution, terrorism, and international war are widely condemned by many societies and glorified by others as the acme of patriotic fervor.(6) It is the acme of romanticism; I devoted most of a year's worth of high school study halls to it, along with all of the volumes of Dumas's Three Musketeers series, which I inherited from my grandmother.(7) With 4500 seats, it represented the acme of movie-going, with double seats for courting couples, uniformed doormen and waitresses in two restaurants dressed as Dresden shepherdesses.(8) His poetry is no more the acme of dialectical evolution than it is the culmination of the ├ö├ç├┐decline├ö├ç├û perceived by Bloom.(9) To achieve these effects is undoubtedly the acme of military skill.(10) She is the acme of generosity, wanting to know if I've a sweetheart so she can give her some jewellery, and which Broadway show I'd like to see.(11) Britain, he declared, and British laws and achievements, were the acme of human civilization.(12) The teardrop shape shared by the stacks and the pitcher, the acme of streamlining in nature, is dramatized by the slender handle that extends from the mouth to the base in a single uninterrupted curve.(13) Are neatly-kept lawns the acme of suburban aspiration?(14) He gets a job working for IBM, the acme of corporate, conformist paternalism, the antithesis of bohemianism.(15) Bright kids from the right side of the tracks go head to head with poorer ones and second-generation ethnic youngsters for whom the spelling bee represents the acme of their parents' study-hard work ethic.(16) And until we do the same, we shall forever be trapped within the prison-house of our preferences, by our Darwinian sense that youth, vigour and health represent the prime of life and the acme of desirability.
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