English to Maori Meaning of spoke - korero

Spoke :

manu, korero, Daw, matapo, pūtoro

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Definitions of spoke in English
Noun(1) support consisting of a radial member of a wheel joining the hub to the rim(2) one of the crosspieces that form the steps of a ladder
Verb(1) express in speech(2) exchange thoughts; talk with(3) use language(4) give a speech to(5) make a characteristic or natural sound
Examples of spoke in English
(1) I clipped playing cards to the spokes on his wheelchair once.(2) In Forever, Jia mounts a video camera on the spokes of a tricycle and pedals it through Beijing.(3) There is also a use of ÔÇÿartisticÔÇÖ composition: a couple relaxing are framed behind the spokes of a bicycle wheel; as night descends, figures are framed in silhouette against the sky.(4) For this community, therapy is not a one-way street, but rather resembles the spokes of bicycle, with the human heart as the hub.(5) He had a penchant for framing shots through the spokes of the nearest wagon wheel, to break up the visual monotony of a scene.(6) Viewers of this painting find themselves seeing the world through a vision fast enough to stop the legs of a horse but not the spokes of a spinning wheel.(7) It was in this act of destruction, where the spokes of the bicycle splintered off, that I came to know the material.(8) China may only have blunt weapons with which to handle overheating - the economic equivalent of pushing a walking stick into the spokes of a bicycle's front wheel.(9) These ancient wheels all had ÔÇÿa peculiar design: a solid wooden circle constructed of three planks fastened together, rather than a rim with spokes .ÔÇÖ(10) Immediately above it, a wheel with hub and seven spokes is set into clockwise motion by an arrow at its perimeter.(11) He pushed the legless ends together on the ground so as to form a virtual hub, from which the crossbars radiated up and outward like the spokes of a giant horizontal wheel.(12) Partially held together with garter belts, Spider Lady contains an entire bicycle wheel, the spokes of which play off the crisscross skeins of nylon and string that keep the gothic piece in a kind of bondage.(13) A large, open circle at the front connects with an outside wheel by means of spokes , some straight and some angled, which have been painted yellow, orange, green or black.(14) The umbrella, with its protective cloth stripped off and the spokes spread uselessly in the air, is thus a poignant and recurrent emblem of the dangers that lie in the rift between words and objects.(15) The result is that each limb is motionless, while the spokes of the wheels of the vehicle whirl about so rapidly that they cannot be seen.
Related Phrases of spoke
(1) speak ::
1. rung ::
2. radius ::
3. talk ::
4. converse ::
5. give a speech ::
hoatu he kupu
6. mention ::
7. indicate ::
8. reprimand ::
riri i
9. address ::
10. verbalize ::
lea ◊aki
Different Forms
spoke, spokes
Word Example from TV Shows
I spoke to the scientific lab\Nand ballistics.

I SPOKE to the scientific lab
and ballistics.

Money Heist Season 1, Episode 9

Those were the last words
he ever spoke to us.

Those were the last words he ever SPOKE to us.

The Big Bang Theory Season 4, Episode 2

She weren't when I last spoke to her.

She weren't when I last SPOKE to her.

Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 7

l, um, spoke to the dealership,
they didn't wanna take it.

l, um, SPOKE to the dealership, they didn't wanna take it.

Breaking Bad Season 4, Episode 7

Now, last time we spoke, we made a pact.

Now, last time we SPOKE, we made a pact.

Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 9

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