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kaikōrero Play

1. (noun) speaker, narrator.

Ko wai te kaikōrero o tētahi reo, ahakoa te reo, e mārama ana, e pūrangiaho ana ki ngā kupu katoa o tōna reo? (HM 4/2009:3) / What speaker of a language, whatever the language, understands fully every word of that tongue.


kaikōrero matua Play

1. (noun) keynote speaker, main speaker.

Tau mai ana ki te aroaro o te Ahorangi te pōwhiri a te rōpū nei, a NALI, kia haere atu ko ia hei kaikōrero matua ki te hunga rāmemene ki te hui ā-tau (HM 1/1992). / The invitation of this group, NALI, landed in front of the Professor to go to the annual conference as keynote speaker.


tā te kaikōrero ake kupu Play

1. direct speech.


tā te kaikōrero kē kupu Play

1. indirect speech.


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