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verb [intransitive] row pronunciation in British English /raʊ/
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present tense
I/you/we/theyrow
he/she/itrows
present participlerowing
past tenserowed
past participlerowed
  1. if people row, they have a short noisy argument with each other

    My parents never rowed.

    row with:

    I’m not going to row with you – I’d just like you to explain.

    row about/over:

    We’d rowed about it bitterly.

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