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ARRANGEMENT OR SEQUENCE 排列；序列
N-COUNT 一排;一行;一列 A row of things or people is a number of them arranged in a line.
...a row of pretty little cottages...
Several men are pushing school desks and chairs into neat rows.
N-COUNT (电影院或飞机里的)一排座位 In a theatre or cinema, or on a plane, each line of seats is called a row .
She was sitting in the front row.
N-IN-NAMES (用于街道名称)…街，…路 Row is sometimes used in the names of streets.
...the house at 236 Larch Row.
PHRASE 连续地;接连不断地;不间断地 If something happens several times in a row, it happens that number of times without a break. If something happens several days in a row, it happens on each of those days.
They have won five championships in a row...
If I'm inside for three days in a row, I go crazy...
MAKING A BOAT MOVE 使船移动
VERB 划船;划船运送 When you row, you sit in a boat and make it move through the water by using oars. If you row someone somewhere, you take them there in a boat, using oars.
He rowed as quickly as he could to the shore...
We could all row a boat and swim almost before we could walk...
DISAGREEMENT OR NOISE 分歧；喧闹
N-COUNT 严重分歧;纠纷 A row is a serious disagreement between people or organizations.
This is likely to provoke a further row about the bank's role in the affair...
The ministers must have realized that they risked what could be a major diplomatic row with France.
N-COUNT 争吵;争执;争论 If two people have a row, they have a noisy argument.
We never seem to stay together for very long before we have a dreadful row...
A man had been stabbed to death in a family row.
V-RECIP 争吵;争执;争论 If two people row or if one person rows with another, they have a noisy argument.
They rowed all the time...
He had earlier rowed with his girlfriend.
N-SING 叫嚷;吵闹;喧嚣 If you say that someone is making a row, you mean that they are making a loud, unpleasant noise.
'Whatever is that row?' she demanded. 'Pop festival,' he answered.