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row 1

Pronunciation: / rəʊ /American English: /roʊ/
British English: /rəʊ/

noun

  • 1 (straight line)
    (of people)
    (of seats)
    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
    Example sentences
    • 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.
    Example sentences
    • Devon, Joannah, and Layla found a seat in the row before the last of the full theatre.
    • Within a week of the wedding, he was back at the theater, ensconced in his customary aisle seat in the third row.
    • Not one to miss the opportunity, he grabbed honours by occupying a seat in the first row.
  • 3 (succession) 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

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row 2
Pronunciation: / rəʊ /American English: /roʊ/
British English: /rəʊ/

transitive verb

  • (propel) See examples: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

intransitive verb

  • (propel boat) to go rowing
    salir or ir a remar
    to row across a river
    cruzar un río a remo

noun

  • (Sport) (for enjoyment) See examples:we went for a row
    fuimos or salimos a remar or a dar un paseo en bote
    Example sentences
    • He was a fit man, apart from fairly well controlled hypertension, who had been rowing competitively until his 70th birthday, and he rarely visited his general practitioner.
    • He will be rowing with Matthew Pinsent in the coxless pairs.
    • He was also involved in rowing for many years and had few equals in that sport especially when he rowed in the Bluebird in the late sixties and early seventies.

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row 3
American English: /raʊ/
British English: /raʊ/

noun

  • 1 (noisy argument) a family row
    una rencilla familiar
    to have a row with somebody
    pelearse or reñir con alguien
    Example sentences
    • 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.
  • 2 (about a public matter)
    Example sentences
    • 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.
  • 3 (noise) (no plural) they were making a hell of a row [colloquial]
    estaban armando or haciendo tremenda bulla [colloquial]
    estaban armando mucho jaleo [colloquial]
    Example sentences
    • 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!

intransitive verb

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