Definition of korero in English:

korero

Line breaks: kor¦ero
Pronunciation: /ˈkɔːrərəʊ
 
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noun (plural koreros)

NZ
A conversation, discussion, or meeting.
More example sentences
  • We listened to the korero of the people on the contents of the bill and on the settlement generally.
  • I tell Mr Hughes that more of his korero with regard to a referendum would be really appreciated.
  • Mr Barker spoke about Work and Income, and this afternoon the korero is being presented on how well it is working.

Origin

Maori.

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