a neat line; side by side
a trip or journey in a rowing boat
move a boat through the water with long poles with flat ends
travel or carry in this way
a noisy quarrel; a public argument; a dispute
quarrel, often noisily or violently
"a row of chairs"
"they had a quarrel"
"they had words"
"a mackerel sky filled with rows of clouds"
"rows of barbed wire protected the trenches"
"a course of bricks"
"they won the championship three years in a row"
"row the boat across the lake"
A row of..newspapers lying against each other like fallen soldiers.
出自： J. M. Barrie
Silly boys who join the back row of the chorus every year.
出自： A. Wilson
A row of..sea-fish,..drying along the top of the fence.
出自： D. Profumo
One of their most painful rows, during which he..threw..earth at her.
出自： D. Arkell
Several MPs were embroiled in the row.
出自： Joan Smith
Otto kept splashing with his oars..because he couldn't row properly.
出自： C. Isherwood
How happy they were. She and Ches never rowed.
出自： U. Holden
他划船到河对岸去。 row sth across sth
They rowed a boat across the lake.
We rowed a boat down the island.
The crew were rowed out at the end of the race.
他在小船上坐下来,开始把船划向港湾的出口。 row sb to sth
Row us to the island.
We were rowed to the shore.
We rowed the boat up the stream.
She rowed the driver about the fare.
My husband and I were always rowing with each other.
Mary and Joan rowed with each other, but made up after a while.
She left her husband after she rowed with him.