Definition of row over in English:

row over

  • Complete the course of a boat race with little effort, owing to the absence or inferiority of competitors.
    More example sentences
    • The women's junior 15 coxed quad also rowed over the course without competition.
    • Because they were late Waterford A went out and rowed over the course; this is normal when a crew is late or does not arrive at the Regatta start on time.
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