There are 3 translations of row in Spanish:

row1

n

  • 1 /rəʊ/ 1.1 (straight line) hilera (f); (of people) fila (f); (of seats) fila (f) the trees were planted in a row los árboles estaban plantados en hilera a row of houses una hilera de casas they lined up in rows hicieron filas or se formaron en fila a seat in the front/fifth row un asiento en primera fila/en la quinta fila to have a hard row to hoe tener* una vida muy dura 1.2 (in knitting) pasada (f), carrera (f), vuelta (f), corrida (f) (Chile)
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    • Instead of starting with 38 stitches for the cuffs, I cast on 46 and increased 2 stitches every 6 rows.
    • Dawn was stitching the last row when Tobit barged in, followed by Will.
    • To quilt the sashing and borders, set the machine for a serpentine stitch and stitch parallel rows down the strips.
    1.3 (succession) serie (feminine) he experienced a row of failures sufrió una serie de fracasos, sufrió fracaso tras fracaso four times in a row cuatro veces seguidas three days in a row tres días seguidos 1.4 [Leisure/Ocio] [Sport/Deporte] we went for a row fuimos or salimos a remar or a dar un paseo en bote
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    • There were peas, and beans, and rows of young turnips, and carrots, and parsnips, all bordered by long straight rows of wheat.
    • Tobias grinned again, exposing two rows of straight white teeth.
    • Family photos cover one of the walls, straight rows of memories that seem to blend into one another.
  • 2 /raʊ/ 2.1 (noisy argument) pelea (f), riña (f) a family row una rencilla familiar to have a row with sb pelearse or reñir* con algn 2.2 (about a public matter) disputa (feminine)
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    • There have been and continue to be serious tensions and bitter rows - but all concerned have dealt with these in a very adult and professional way.
    • By the weekend, however, as unheard cases were adjourned in the District Court, there was the beginning of a nervousness that the row could become serious.
    • Any plans to fast-track incineration projects are likely to cause a serious row in the cabinet.
    2.3 (noise) (no plural/sin plural) ruido (m), bulla (f) [colloquial/familiar] they were making a hell of a row [colloquial/familiar] estaban armando or haciendo tremenda bulla [colloquial/familiar], estaban armando mucho jaleo [colloquial/familiar]
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    • Then, from the other end of house, she said she heard ‘an awful row, shouting and raised voices, a real commotion’.
    • I would describe the sound as a horrible row, but as I'm in the band I would like to think it is hard punk!
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    • Neighbours said the couple occasionally had noisy rows and sometimes appeared aloof, but they were otherwise unremarkable.
    • One neighbour, a teenager who did not want to be named, told how she had heard a noisy row.
    • Late-night rows throughout the festivities threatened to engulf innocent bystanders and shocked tourists.

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There are 3 translations of row in Spanish:

row2

vt

/rəʊ/
  • he rowed the boat towards the shore remó hacia la orilla we rowed them/the supplies across the river los llevamos/llevamos las provisiones hasta la otra orilla a remo they rowed her out to the ship la llevaron en bote hasta el barco

vi

  • 1 /rəʊ/ remar to go rowing salir* or ir* a remar to row across a river cruzar* un río a remo

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Most first names in Spanish-speaking countries are those of saints. A person's santo, (also known as onomástico in Latin America and onomástica in Spain) is the saint's day of the saint that they are named for. Children were once usually named for the saint whose day they were born on, but this is less common now.

There are 3 translations of row in Spanish:

ROW

n

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Most first names in Spanish-speaking countries are those of saints. A person's santo, (also known as onomástico in Latin America and onomástica in Spain) is the saint's day of the saint that they are named for. Children were once usually named for the saint whose day they were born on, but this is less common now.