1. Win (contest, prize).
Kua rē tō mātou pupu pā pōro.
Our cricket team won;
Kua rekareka mātou i tō mātou rē‘anga i te pūtōtō taura.
We were delighted that we won the tug of war.
2. n. A victory, win.
Kua riro iāia te rē.
Kua riro i tōna ‘oro‘enua te rē.
His horse won.
3. Prize, trophy.
‘E punua puaka ē te kīkau taro te rē ta‘i, ‘e toā-moa te rē rua.
The first prize is a piglet and a basket of taro, the second prize is a rooster.
Ko te ‘oro‘enua tei kore i pēti‘ia, ko ia tei rē rua.
The unbacked horse came second.
4. Goal line (rugby), boundary (cricket), finishing post, etc.
Kua kape-kape ‘aere ‘aia i tōna kave‘anga i te pōro ki te rē.
He swerved and dodged running with the ball for the goal line;
Kua ‘akamamao rātou i te rākau ‘akairo rē i tō rātou pā pōro‘anga i teia Ma‘anākai i topa ake nei.
They moved the boundary pegs further out at their cricket game last Saturday;
‘Ē ‘ia ā tātou rē?
How many points have we? Tāomi rē, touchdown.
Kua tāomi ‘aia i te rē.
He scored a touch-down.