French translation of 'row'
1. (= line)
[of houses, shops, trees, objects, chairs] rangée f
[of plants] rang m
a row of houses une rangée de maisons
2. [of people, cars]
(beside one another) rangée f
(behind one another) file f
in a row [sit, stand] en rang
3. (= line of seats) (in cinema, theatre, classroom) rang m
Our seats are in the front row. Nos places se trouvent au premier rang.
in the back row au dernier rang
4. (Knitting) rang m
in a row (= in succession) d’affilée
five times in a row cinq fois d’affilée
6. (in boat) tour m en barque
to go for a row faire un tour en barque
1. (in boat) ramer
We took turns to row. Nous avons ramé à tour de rôle.
2. (as sport) faire de l’aviron
to row a boat ramer
We could all row a boat almost before we could walk. Nous savions tous ramer avant même de savoir marcher.
to row sb across faire traverser qn ⧫ faire traverser qn à la rame
to row sb back ramener qn ⧫ ramener qn à la rame
The boatman refused to row him back. Le batelier a refusé de le ramener. ⧫ Le batelier a refusé de le ramener à la rame.
3. [distance] ramer
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1. (= noise) vacarme m
What’s that terrible row? Qu’est-ce que c’est que ce vacarme ?
to make a row faire du vacarme
2. (= noisy argument) (between friends, family) dispute f
to have a row se disputer
They’ve had a row. Ils se sont disputés.
They had a terrible row. Ils ont eu une terrible dispute.
a family row une dispute familiale
3. (= dispute) (between organizations, countries, public figures) dispute f
a row over sth une dispute à propos de qch
A new row has broken out over the government’s plans. Une nouvelle dispute a éclaté à propos des projets du gouvernement.
to row with sb se disputer avec qn
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Example Sentences Including 'row'
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We quite wanted one but yesterday he rowed back on the idea.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
As with each column on a punched card, each row stores one character.Computers Basic Facts (1983)
An elderly couple are groping their way down the steps to the front row.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
It's an old railway in the middle of two rows of houses.The Sun (2012)
The front row has realised it as well.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Usually when you play a board game the worst that can happen is a family row.The Sun (2014)
We had another huge row and parted.The Sun (2010)
While out on the lake we watched the famed fishermen who row with one leg around the oar.The Sun (2016)
You have to swipe the screen to line up rows of sweets.The Sun (2013)
But officials and players rallied around the second row yesterday and they expect him to play.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
The possible crisis in the back row was averted.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
The pressure is going to be applied not from the back but the second row.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
There were just three rows of seats between home and away fans that day.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
There was also this terrible row where she accused him of having no neck.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
And a row erupted when he confronted her in her flat.The Sun (2006)
Each crew rowed in dinner jackets.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
He said he only got his way after a string of bitter rows.The Sun (2015)
He was rowing with two oars but going against the wind and tide.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
The younger cricket country had flexed its muscles and the diplomatic row would not be quickly forgotten.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
There have been no rows, no disagreements and there is no chance of him offering his resignation.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
This has caused bitter rows between the two countries.The Sun (2011)
We are in the same boat and rowing in one direction.The Sun (2011)
We have now had five in a row.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
We keep having the same row about it.The Sun (2015)
But the seats come in rows of three.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
She was released earlier this year after nine years on death row.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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'row' in Other Languages
British English: row /rəʊ/ NOUN
line A row is a line of things or people.
Our house is opposite a row of shops.
- American English: row line
- Arabic: صَفّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: fila
- Chinese: 排
- Croatian: red
- Czech: řada
- Danish: række
- Dutch: rij
- European Spanish: hilera
- Finnish: rivi
- French: rangée
- German: Reihe
- Greek: στοίχος
- Italian: fila
- Japanese: 列 line
- Korean: 줄
- Norwegian: rad
- Polish: rząd szereg
- European Portuguese: fila
- Romanian: rând
- Russian: ряд
- Latin American Spanish: hilera
- Swedish: rad
- Thai: แถว
- Turkish: sıra dizi
- Ukrainian: ряд
- Vietnamese: hàng dãy
British English: row /raʊ/ NOUN
argument A row is a serious disagreement or noisy argument.
There was a diplomatic row between the two countries.
- American English: quarrel argument
- Arabic: مُشَادَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: briga
- Chinese: 争吵
- Croatian: svađa
- Czech: hádka
- Danish: skænderi
- Dutch: ruzie
- European Spanish: discusión pelea
- Finnish: riita
- French: dispute
- German: Streit
- Greek: καβγάς
- Italian: lite
- Japanese: 喧嘩 argument
- Korean: 말다툼
- Norwegian: krangel
- Polish: kłótnia
- European Portuguese: briga
- Romanian: altercație
- Russian: скандал
- Latin American Spanish: discusión alegato
- Swedish: bråk gräl
- Thai: การทะเลาะวิวาท
- Turkish: tartışma
- Ukrainian: суперечка
- Vietnamese: vụ cãi nhau
British English: row /rəʊ/ VERB
in boat When you row, or when you row a boat, you make it move through the water by using oars.
He rowed as quickly as he could to the shore.
- American English: row in boat
- Arabic: يُجَذِّفُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: remar
- Chinese: 划船
- Croatian: veslati
- Czech: veslovat
- Danish: ro
- Dutch: roeien
- European Spanish: remar
- Finnish: riidellä
- French: ramer
- German: streiten
- Greek: καβγαδίζω
- Italian: remare
- Japanese: 喧嘩する in boat
- Korean: 배를 젓다
- Norwegian: krangle
- Polish: zrobić awanturę
- European Portuguese: remar
- Romanian: a vâsli
- Russian: скандалить
- Latin American Spanish: remar alegar
- Swedish: bråka
- Thai: พาย
- Turkish: tartışmak
- Ukrainian: гребти
- Vietnamese: chèo thuyền
British English: row /raʊ/ VERB
argue If two people row, they have a noisy argument.
They row all the time.
- American English: quarrel to argue
- Arabic: يَتَعَارَكُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: brigar
- Chinese: 吵架
- Croatian: svađati se
- Czech: hádat se
- Danish: skændes i båd
- Dutch: ruziën
- European Spanish: discutir pelear
- Finnish: soutaa
- French: se disputer
- German: rudern
- Greek: κωπηλατώ
- Italian: litigare
- Japanese: 喧嘩する to argue
- Korean: 다투다
- Norwegian: ro
- Polish: wiosłować
- European Portuguese: discutir
- Romanian: a se certa violent
- Russian: грести
- Latin American Spanish: discutir
- Swedish: ro båt
- Thai: ทะเลาะวิวาท
- Turkish: kürek çekmek
- Ukrainian: сваритися
- Vietnamese: tranh cãi
Translation of row from the Collins English to French
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