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row

verb /rəu/
to move (a boat) through the water using oars
remar
He rowed (the dinghy) up the river.
to transport by rowing
transportar en bote de remos
He rowed them across the lake.
rower noun a person who rows; an oarsman
remero
an Olympic rower.
rowing-boat noun ( row-boat) a boat which is moved by oars.
bote de remos
Translations of “row”
in Korean 노를 젓다…
in Arabic يُجَدِّف…
in French ramer, faire traverser en canot…
in Italian remare, trasportare in barca a remi…
in Chinese (Traditional) 劃(船)…
in Russian грести…
in Turkish kürek çekerek götürmek/gitmek…
in Polish wiosłować, przewozić łodzią…
in Portuguese remar…
in German rudern…
in Catalan remar, fer avançar remant…
in Japanese (ボート・舟を)こぐ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 划(船)…
(Definition of row from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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