Noun: row row
Verb: row row
- An arrangement of objects or people side by side in a line
"a row of chairs"
- A long continuous strip (usually running horizontally)
"a mackerel sky filled with rows of clouds"; "rows of barbed wire protected the trenches"
- (construction) a layer of masonry
"a row of bricks";
- A linear array of numbers, letters, or symbols side by side
- A continuous chronological succession without an interruption
"they won the championship three years in a row"
- The act of rowing as a sport
Noun: row raw
- Propel with oars
"row the boat across the lake"
- An angry dispute
"they had a row";
- quarrel, wrangle, words, run-in, dustup, blue [Austral, NZ]
Sounds like: rock, rooe, r
Derived forms: rowed, rowing, rows
Type of: array, athletics, bed, boat, chronological sequence, chronological succession, conflict, difference, difference of opinion, dispute, layer, line, sequence, sport, strip, succession, successiveness
Part of: table, tabular array, wall
Encyclopedia: Row, Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship