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[mass noun] The Maori language.
- ‘International audiences have demanded he perform in Te Reo.’
- ‘In New Zealand Te Reo Maori is now part of the school curriculum (speaking Maori, the native language of NZ).’
- ‘She had no problem singing Te Reo but she avoided getting into conversations.’
- ‘Furthermore, a campaign in Te Reo is likely to have an impact on Maori whereas one in English will not have such a significant impact.’
- ‘The characters are extremely realistic, speaking in a modern vernacular peppered with Te Reo, their references coming from both modern pop culture and Maori mythology.’
From Maori te the and reo language, dialect.
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