row

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈrəʊ/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/roʊ/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(rō for 1,2; rou for 3)

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row

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. the [front] row of the [cinema, hall, auditorium]
  2. row [12] [in, of] the [plane, train, bus]
  3. your seats are in row [25]
  4. there were rows of people at the [border, airport, parade]
  5. a row of [trees, hedges, bushes] lined the road
  6. the [cars, athletes, people, dominoes] were lined up all in a row
  7. a row of [people, customers, figures, seats]
  8. are [three] rows (of)
  9. [sit, stand] in the [front, back, middle] row
  10. [booked, got, reserved, bought] seats in the [front] row
  11. three [houses, wins, times] in a row
  12. [scored, won] [3] in a row
  13. UK: a [bitter, horrible, never-ending, lovers'] row
  14. UK: the [couple, lovers, workers, friends] were having a row
  15. UK: had a row over [money, work, the children]
n as adj
  1. [booked, got, reserved, bought] front row seats
  2. live in a row house
v
  1. row [down, up] the [river, stream]
  2. row across the [river, stream, lake]
  3. rowed through the [rain, snow]
  4. rowed out to the middle of
  5. row (back) to [shore, the dock]
  6. row by [an island, a duck]
  7. row in a [race, championship, tournament]
  8. rowing [fast, slow, hurriedly, gently]
  9. UK: the [couple, husband and wife, brothers] rowed [constantly, every night]
  10. US: the [couple, husband and wife, brothers] argued [constantly, every night]
  11. UK: rowed over [the kids, work, money]
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