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US [raʊ]
UK [raʊ]
  • n.一行;争吵;纠纷;严重分歧
  • v.吵架;划船送(某人)
  • Web列;排;一列
Plural Form:rows  Present Participle:rowing  Past Tense:rowed  
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n.
1.
[c]
~ (about/over sth)
严重分歧;纠纷a serious disagreement between people, organizations, etc. about sth
A row has broken out over education.
在教育问题上出现了严重分歧。
2.
[c]
吵架;争吵a noisy argument between two or more people
She left him after a blazing row .
大吵一场之后,她离他而去。
family rows
家庭里的争吵
He had a row with his son.
他跟儿子吵了一架。
3.
[sing]
大的噪音a loud unpleasant noise
Who's making that row?
谁那么吵?
v.
1.
[i]
(informal)
吵架;大声争辩to have a noisy argument
Mike and Sue are always rowing.
迈克和休总是吵架。
She had rowed with her parents about her boyfriend.
她和父母因为她的男朋友吵过架。

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