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moroki

1. (verb) to be continuing, ongoing, up to the present, modern, contemporary - often in the phrase ā moroki noa nei.

Ka tirohia e mātou ngā waiata tangi mai i uki, ā moroki noa nei. / We'll have a look at laments from ancient times right up to today.

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2. (modifier) continuing.

Nō te tau 1974 i tīmata tana mahi i Tūranga mā Te Whare Wānanga o Waikato, he kaiwhakaako ia mō ngā āhua ake mō te tiwhikete o te mātauranga moroki i ngā akoranga Māori (TTR 2000:148). / In 1974 she began her work in Gisborne for the University of Waikato’s as a tutor for the certificate of continuing education in Māori studies.

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