have a row


have a row
v. have an argument, dispite, or angry discussion

English slang. 2015.

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  • have a row — index brawl Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • row — I ARRANGEMENT OR SEQUENCE ♦♦♦ rows (Pronounced [[t]ro͟ʊ[/t]] in row 1 and 2, and [[t]ra͟ʊ[/t]] in row 3.) 1) N COUNT: oft N of n A row of things or people is a number of them arranged in a line. ...a row of pretty little cottages... Several men… …   English dictionary

  • row — I /rou/ n. arrangement in a straight line 1) an even, straight row 2) in a row misc. 3) death row ( cell block where prisoners await execution ) (on death row); skid row (AE) ( area in a city where destitute persons congregate ) (on skid row) II… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • row — row1 [ rou ] noun count *** 1. ) a series of people or things arranged in a straight line: The teacher stopped in front of a little boy in the front row. row of: a row of houses/stores/chairs row upon row (=a lot of rows): She could see row upon… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • row — I UK [rəʊ] / US [roʊ] noun [countable] Word forms row : singular row plural rows *** 1) a) a series of people or things arranged in a straight line The teacher stopped in front of a little boy in the front row. row of: a row of… …   English dictionary

  • row — 1 noun (C) 1 a line of things or people next to each other (+ of): a row of houses | rows of trees | Plant the seedlings in parallel rows. | in a row (=next to each other): On a long table, place the containers in a row. | The children were asked …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • row —  1. n. Noise. Quarrel. Commotion.  2. v. Make noise or commotion. Also make a row.  3. v. Quarrel. Also have a row …   A concise dictionary of English slang

  • Row —    ROW, a parish, in the county of Dumbarton, 12 miles (W. N. W.) from Dumbarton; containing, with nearly the whole of the late quoad sacra parish of Helensburgh, and the villages of Gareloch Head and Row, 3717 inhabitants, of whom 226 are in the …   A Topographical dictionary of Scotland

  • Row, Row, Row Your Boat — is an English nursery rhyme, and a popular children s song/proverb, often sung as a round. It can also be an action nursery rhyme where singers sit opposite one another and row forwards and backwards with joined hands. The tune is credited to… …   Wikipedia

  • row — Ⅰ. row [1] ► NOUN ▪ a number of people or things in a more or less straight line. ● in a row Cf. ↑in a row ORIGIN Old English. Ⅱ. row [2] …   English terms dictionary