row

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Noun[change]

Singular
row

Plural
rows

Rows of bookshelves
  1. A row of things is a line of them, usually going from side to side.
    OK, students, can you please put your desks in five rows?
  2. A row is a loud argument.

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Verb[change]

Plain form
row

Third-person singular
rows

Past tense
rowed

Past participle
rowed

Present participle
rowing

The boy is rowing a boat
  1. If you row a boat, you move the paddles (also called oars) in the water to move the boat.
    Let's row our boat to the other side of the lake.