tī poki, (-a, -‘ia). Turn over (face-down), turn upside down (tr. and intr.).
‘Ea‘a koe i tī poki ei i tēnā kapi pere?
Why did you turn that card face-down?;
Kua tī poki ‘aia ki raro i runga i te ro‘i ē kua auē.
She turned over (face-down) on the bed and howled;
Kua kaukau ‘aere rātou i te tī poki‘anga te poti.
They swam round when the boat overturned;
Kua tī poki‘ia te taramu kia kore te namu e no‘o ki roto mē kī i te ua.
They turned the drum upside down to prevent the mosquitoes breeding in it should it fill with rainwater;
‘Ea‘a ‘aia i moe tī poki ei?
Why was he sleeping on his stomach?