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1row/ˈroʊ/noun
pluralrows
1row
/ˈroʊ/
noun
pluralrows
Learner's definition of ROW  
[count]
: a straight line of people or things that are next to each other
: a line of seats in a theater, stadium, etc.
Row : a street or road— used in names

a tough/hard row to hoe

: something that is difficult to do or deal with

in a row

: following one after another
— see also death rowskid row
2row/ˈroʊ/verb
rowsrowedrowing
2row
/ˈroʊ/
verb
rowsrowedrowing
Learner's definition of ROW  
: to move a boat through water using oars
[no object]
[+ object]
[+ object] : to carry (someone or something) in a boat that you row
— compare 5row
3row/ˈroʊ/noun
3row
/ˈroʊ/
noun
Learner's definition of ROW  
[singular]
: an act of rowing a boat
— compare 1row4row
4row/ˈraʊ/noun
pluralrows
4row
/ˈraʊ/
noun
pluralrows
Learner's definition of ROW  
chiefly British, informal
[count] : a noisy argument
[count] : a lot of loud arguing or complaining usually involving many people
[singular] : a loud, unpleasant noise
— compare 1row3row
5row/ˈraʊ/verb
rowsrowedrowing
5row
/ˈraʊ/
verb
rowsrowedrowing
Learner's definition of ROW  
[no object]British
: to have a noisy argument with someone
— compare 2row
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