Bedeutung von “row” — Learner’s Dictionary

row

noun uk /raʊ/ UK
LOUD ARGUMENT [ C ]

B2 a loud, angry argument:

a blazing row
The couple next door are always having rows.
DISAGREEMENT [ C ]

a disagreement about a political or public situation:

A row / has erupted over defence policy.
NOISE [ no plural ]

very loud noise:

The kids were making / a terrible row upstairs.

(Definition von “row noun” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)