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row

noun
 
 
/rəʊ/
LINE [C] B1 a straight line of people or things
sıra, dizi
a row of chairs/houses My students sit at desks in rows for most of the time.Things collected in lines or rings
SEATS [C] B1 a line of seats
sıralar, koltuk sırası
to sit on the back/front row Isn't that Sophie sitting in the row behind us?Things collected in lines or rings
in a row B2 one after another without a break
üst üste, ardı ardına, arka arkaya
He's just won the tournament for the fifth year in a row. →  See also death row Order and sequenceSimultaneous and consecutive
Translations of “row”
in Arabic رَتِل, صَف, صَفّ…
in Korean 줄, 열…
in Malaysian barisan…
in French rang(ée)…
in Italian fila…
in Chinese (Traditional) 行, 一排, 一行…
in Russian ряд…
in Polish rząd…
in Vietnamese hàng, dãy…
in Spanish hilera, fila…
in Portuguese fila, fileira…
in Thai แถว…
in German die Reihe…
in Catalan fila, filera…
in Japanese 列, 並び, 座席の列…
in Indonesian deretan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 行, 一排, 一行…
(Definition of row noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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