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row

1 noun
     
row
row1 S2 W2 [countable]
1 a line of things or people next to each other [↪ column]
row of
a row of houses
rows of trees
in a row
The children were asked to stand in a row.
row upon row (=many rows) of shelves stacked with books
2A a line of seats in a theatre or cinema:
We sat in the front row.
3

in a row

happening a number of times, one after the other [= consecutively]
4 nights/3 weeks etc in a row
She's been out four nights in a row.
I've beaten her three times in a row.
4 used in the name of some roads:
22 Church Row
5

a hard/tough row to hoe

used to say that a particular situation is difficult

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