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English definition of “row”

row

noun
 
/raʊ/ UK
LOUD ARGUMENT [C] B2 a loud, angry argument: a blazing row The couple next door are always having rows.Arguments and disagreements
DISAGREEMENT [C] a disagreement about a political or public situation: A row has erupted over defence policy.Arguments and disagreements
NOISE [no plural] very loud noise: The kids were making a terrible row upstairs.Noise and noisy
(Definition of row noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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