English to Maori Meaning of empty - kau

Empty :

kau, whakawātea, mārama, fetukutuku, whakapau, whaiwhaiā, riro kau, tangata rawakore

kau, wātea, whanau, kowaiwai, hauwarea, kapea, e huhuka, kautia, kowaiwai o, te rawakore, tuwhera, kuware, wairangi, hopukanga, Barmy, pakoko, hiakai, moka-matekai, te kai-ngaua, tutuki, maumau, mea teka, noa iho, korekore ana, anake, parakore, takoto kau, heahea, kohu rānei, whawhati, rawakore, tahanga, puka, horihori

Putuahorihori kaukauringiringiputuakore
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Definitions of empty in English
Noun(1) a container that has been emptied
Verb(1) make void or empty of contents(2) become empty or void of its content(3) leave behind empty; move out of(4) remove(5) excrete or discharge from the body
Adjective(1) holding or containing nothing(2) devoid of significance or force(3) needing nourishment(4) emptied of emotion
Examples of empty in English
(1) Black holes are almost completely empty space that is forever cut off from our own Universe.(2) This declaration was not an empty threat but a sincere promise.(3) The last thing children with incarcerated parents need is more rhetoric and empty promises.(4) When you urinate, try leaning forward a bit in order to completely empty your bladder.(5) an empty house(6) Some think the reading rooms will empty out in favor of the virtual library.(7) Solano clipped the ball past the isolated goalkeeper to score into an empty net.(8) The accent, though, is more often on ethical values rather than on empty practices.(9) He fills long days and empty nights by creating a fiddle, and frees his thoughts as he liberates the fiddle from the wood.(10) his talk was empty of meaning(11) But forgiving poor countries' debts without agreeing on a better framework for future aid flows is an empty gesture.(12) The final bell rings and the rooms empty out before the teachers can even look up from their books.(13) the roads are empty of traffic(14) the train was empty of passengers(15) If patients develop a fever or nausea they are admitted to hospital, where some beds are held empty for this purpose.(16) Clinics, built by foreign donors, have stood empty for years, lacking staff and equipment.
Related Phrases of empty
(1) empty space ::
wahi takoto kau
(2) empty bottle ::
pounamu kau
(3) empty string ::
aho kau
(4) to empty ::
ki te noho tahanga
(5) empty-handed ::
(6) empty room ::
ruma kau
(7) empty stomach ::
puku kau
(8) it's empty ::
te reira kau
(9) empty nest ::
kohanga kau
(10) empty words ::
kupu kau
1. vacant ::
2. meaningless ::
3. futile ::
mea teka
4. blank ::
5. hollow ::
6. unload ::
7. remove ::
8. evacuate ::
9. discharge ::
10. abandon ::
1. full ::
Different Forms
empties, emptily, empty, emptying, nonempty
Word Example from TV Shows
My boobs are empty. Do you want lasagna?

My boobs are EMPTY. Do you want lasagna?

The Big Bang Theory Season 10, Episode 13

It was an empty body

It was an EMPTY body

Money Heist Season 1, Episode 13

While I empty her chamber
pot and lick your cock when you're bored?

While I EMPTY her chamber pot and lick your cock when you're bored?

Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 7

You let everyone see
the pan is empty,

You let everyone see the pan is EMPTY,

The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 12

Your vaults are empty.

Your vaults are EMPTY.

Game of Thrones Season 7, Episode 3

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