English to Maori Meaning of some - etahi

Some :

etahi, mea katoa, mea katoa e, tini, e rave rahi, torutoru, huarahi, ngā, kotahi, kanohi, hawhe, pahara, iti, nui, te nui, taratara, whakahiato, te pakeke te tata, tawhio, matotoru

etahi, ahua, te tahi mea, tetahi, taata, te tangata, tētahi, torutoru o ratou

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Definitions of some in English
Adjective(1) (quantifier(2) relatively much but unspecified in amount or extent(3) relatively many but unspecified in number(4) remarkable
Adverb(1) (of quantities
Examples of some in English
(1) A large number of protesters were drinking beer and wine, and some were obviously drunk.(2) So why not waste some more money and build another airport to match with the new stadium.(3) I know for the most part the sums are not huge, but they could at least put some effort into knowing what is going on.(4) he played some records for me(5) This presumably included Neapolitans but at least they have some nice love songs and this is one.(6) I still have some(7) she married some newspaper magnate twice her age(8) he left, for some reason or other(9) This will a great free day out watching some of the finest trials riders doing something different.(10) There are some records that are just evil, and this is worse than most of them.(11) that was some goal(12) Whatever you do, wherever you go, as long as you have access to some money you won't go far wrong.(13) All he has to do is wait some thirty years for his actual death to catch up with him.(14) surely some have noticed(15) I work some days but not others(16) it's having some effect
Related Phrases of some
(1) some people ::
etahi iwi
(2) some time ::
etahi wa
(3) some day ::
etahi ra
(4) some more ::
etahi atu
(5) some of them ::
etahi o ratou
(6) to some extent ::
ki etahi whānuitanga
(7) some money ::
etahi moni
(8) get some ::
te tiki i etahi
(9) after some time ::
i muri i te tahi mau wā
(10) some days ::
etahi ra
1. approximately ::
2. or so ::
ranei na
3. more or less ::
nui atu iti iho ranei
4. about ::
e pā ana ki
5. close to ::
tata ki
6. just about ::
tika e pā ana ki
7. around ::
a tawhio noa
8. roughly ::
te pakeke te
Different Forms
Word Example from TV Shows
You might want to put up some
trees. We can see everything.

You might want to put up SOME trees. We can see everything.

The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 14

Make some kind of a deal?

Make SOME kind of a deal?

Westworld Season 2, Episode 4

I brought you some things to treat you.

I brought you SOME things to treat you.

Money Heist Season 1, Episode 4

We'll enjoy some days\Nof complete disconnection.

We'll enjoy SOME days
of complete disconnection.

Money Heist Season 3, Episode 3

He was trying to build some sort of
armed robot to keep me out of his room.

He was trying to build SOME sort of armed robot to keep me out of his room.

The Big Bang Theory Season 1, Episode 15

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