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tūranga Play

1. (noun) stand, position, situation, site, foundation, stance.

I eke a Matiu ki te tūranga haihana, engari ka hē kē atu te mate o ana kanohi i ngā kirikiri o Īhipa (TTR 2000:208). / Matiu reached the rank of sergeant, but the problem with his eyes worsened from the sands of Egypt.


piki tūranga Play

1. (noun) successor.

I a ia ka pakeke ka noho ko ia te uri tuku iho me te piki tūranga mō tana pāpā (TTR 1996:83). / When he was becoming an adult he was his father's heir apparent.


whakawhiwhinga tūranga Play

1. (noun) fellowship.

Nō te tau 1974 i mau i a ia he whakawhiwhinga tūranga nā te whare wānanga kia whai ia i tāna i hiahia ai, he mea hoatu e te kaunihera mahi toi a Kuīni Erihāpeti Te Tuarua o Aotearoa (TTR 2000:75). / In 1974 she received a fellowship to pursue whatever she wanted which was awarded by the Queen Elizabeth II Arts Council of New Zealand.


tūranga hauropi Play

1. (noun) ecological niche.


puri tūranga Play

1. (noun) place holder.


Tūranga-nui-a-Kiwa Play

1. (location) Gisborne, Poverty Bay (sea).

I kuraina tuatahitia ia i te kura o Te Waerenga-a-Hika i kō mai o Tūranga (TTR 1998:205). / He was educated initially at Waerenga-a-Hika school near Gisborne.
(Te Kākano Textbook (Ed. 2): 4;)


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