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huarahi Play

1. (noun) road, highway, track, street, avenue.

Kāore i ārikarika te paruparu o ngā huarahi, nā reira tonu i mate ai ō mātou paihikara (TP 8/1905:7). / There was a lot of mud on the roads and that's why our bicycles got into trouble.


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2. (noun) method, procedure, process, way, route.

Ko tētahi huarahi e ora roa ai tō tāua reo me whakaako i ngā kura Māori, kāhore he huarahi kē atu (RK 1994:49). / One way for our language to survive for a long time is that it should be taught in Māori schools, there is no better way.


huarahi whakatau Play

1. (noun) settlement process.

Ka noho tō rāua mārenatanga hei huarahi whakatau i te puehu i waenganui i a Ngāti Pāhauwera me ngā hunga tautoko i a Te Kooti (TTR 1996:59). / Their marriage was the settlement process in the dispute between Ngāti Pāhauwera and the supporters of Te Kooti.


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