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noun
(NZ) Māori English
(NZ) English spoken with a Māori accent

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  • Broacher

    Machinery. an elongated, tapered, serrated cutting tool for shaping and enlarging holes. a spit for roasting meat. a gimlet for tapping casks. (in a lock) a pin receiving the barrel of a key. Also, broach spire. Architecture. an octagonal spire rising directly from a tower without any intervening feature. Masonry. a pointed tool for the […]

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