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noun row pronunciation in British English /raʊ/
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singularrow
pluralrows
  1. 1
    [countable] a noisy argument
    Mike stormed out after a row.
    have a row (with someone): I had a row with my boyfriend last night.
    a blazing row (=a very angry row): We had a blazing row a couple of years ago and I haven’t seen her since.
    row about/over: Rows about money are a common reason for the breakdown of marriages.
    1. a.
      a serious disagreement about an issue between people, organizations, or countries
      row about/over: the continuing row over the terms of the ceasefire
      row between: a row between London and Paris over a trade deal with the US
  2. 2
    [singular] noisy behaviour or activity
    I wish they’d stop that row!

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