- <口贬>吵架，口角 ，公开争论
- [C]一排,一行 a neat line; side by side
- [S]划船 a trip or journey in a rowing boat
- vt. & vi. 划船 move a boat through the water with long poles with flat ends
- vt. 划船旅行 travel or carry in this way
- [C]争吵,吵闹 a noisy quarrel; a public argument; a dispute
- vi. 争吵,吵闹 quarrel, often noisily or violently
- an arrangement of objects or people side by side in a line;
"a row of chairs"
- an angry dispute;
"they had a quarrel"
"they had words"
- a long continuous strip (usually running horizontally);
"a mackerel sky filled with rows of clouds"
"rows of barbed wire protected the trenches"
- (construction) a layer of masonry;
"a course of bricks"
- a linear array of numbers, letters, or symbols side by side
- a continuous chronological succession without an interruption;
"they won the championship three years in a row"
- the act of rowing as a sport
- propel with oars;
"row the boat across the lake"
- Students stand hand in hand in a row.
- He glanced towards the row of girls.
- They asked me to go for a row with them.
- Manor Row
- He had a row with his neighbor.
- I had a stand-up row with my boss today.
- Can you row me up/across the river?
- They are rowing again.
The students stood in a row.
They were standing neatly in a row.
The usher seated us in the front row.
The actor glanced around the audience and spotted his wife in the third row.
The audience in the front rows made room for the late comers.
At the end of the row, bind off seven stitches.
How do you account for losing five games in a row?
Brooks skipped school three days in a row.
The front row of soldiers were mown down by machine gun fire.
Her voice could not reach the last rows of students.
Long rows of soldiers flanked the avenue.
The flames licked up a row of building in a second.
The normally bleak landscape was interrupted by a long row of tree.
The traffic was so thick that a whole row of cars got blocked in.
They set out the chairs for the meeting in rows of ten.
They went for a row.
A long row is very tiring.
Can you row?
He is learning to row.
He has never rowed.
We stopped rowing and let the boat sail down the wind.
They are rowing quite within themselves, in very good time, and have the race in hand.
Can you row a boat?
They rowed a boat on the lake.
We shall row a race on Sunday.
They rowed forty strokes to the minute.
The groups were nearing a bitter row.
The pop star staged a row with his manager in a restaurant to get maximum publicity.
The latest row to boil up is over the train drivers' refusal to work overtime.
Have Jim and Mary patched up a row?
How can I read with all this row going on?
She gave me a row for being late.
- row across1 (v.+adv.)
划船到对岸 move a boat to the other side row across
She got into the boat and rowed across.她上了船,划向对岸。
- 划船到对岸 move a boat to the other side row across
- row across2 (v.+prep.)
划船到…对岸 move a boat to the other side of sth row across sth
He rowed across the river.他划船到河对岸去。row sth across sth
They rowed a boat across the lake.他们自己划船过湖。
- 划船到…对岸 move a boat to the other side of sth row across sth
- row against (v.+prep.)
划船与…比赛 take a competition on boat row against sth
Yesterday we rowed against Harvard.昨天我们和哈佛大学进行了划船比赛。
- 划船与…比赛 take a competition on boat row against sth
- row down1 (v.+adv.)
追上,赶上 catch up with row sb ⇔ down
He had a good start, but I rowed him down.他在开始划时领先,但我随后就赶上他了。
- 追上,赶上 catch up with row sb ⇔ down
- row down2 (v.+prep.)
划(船)到…下游 move a boat to the lower reaches row sb/sth down sth
He rowed me down the river.他划船载我到河的下游。
We rowed a boat down the island.我们将船划向下游的那个岛。
- 划(船)到…下游 move a boat to the lower reaches row sb/sth down sth
- row out (v.+adv.)
使划得精疲力竭 cause to be exhausted by moving a boat row oneself out
They rowed themselves out.他们划得筋疲力尽。用于 be ～ed 结构
The crew were rowed out at the end of the race.比赛终了时,划船队全体队员都划累了。
- 使划得精疲力竭 cause to be exhausted by moving a boat row oneself out
- row to (v.+prep.)
(把…)划船送到 move sb by a boat to (some place) row to sth
He seated himself in the boat and began rowing to the harbour's mouth.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.把我们划到岛上去。用于 be ～ed 结构
We were rowed to the shore.我们被人用船送上岸。
- (把…)划船送到 move sb by a boat to (some place) row to sth
- row up1 (v.+adv.)
使排成行 cause sb into a line or lines row sb up
The teacher is rowing the pupils up.老师正在把那些小学生排成一行一行的。
- 使排成行 cause sb into a line or lines row sb up
- row up2 (v.+prep.)
向上游划 move a boat to the upper reaches row sb/sth up sth
Shall I row you up the river?要不要我把你们划到上游去?
We rowed the boat up the stream.我们把小船向上游划去。
- 向上游划 move a boat to the upper reaches row sb/sth up sth
- row with one's might
拼命地划 move (a boat) recklessly
The boatmen rowed with all their might. 船工们拼命地划着。
The boat was caught in a strong current, but they rowed with all their might, and soon they got into safe waters. 船被卷入急流中,他们拼命地划,很快地他们到了没有急流的河面上。
- 拼命地划 move (a boat) recklessly
- kick up a row
大声吵闹 have a uproar
The two boys kicked up a row after their parents left. 父母走后,两个男孩子吵起来。
The boys were kicking up a terrific row. 这些男孩在起哄。
- 大声吵闹 have a uproar
- raise a row
发脾气 raise a hell
He raised a row when he found that someone had damaged the machine. 当他发现有人把机器弄坏时,发了一通脾气。
- 发脾气 raise a hell
- row about (v.+prep.)
为…责备; 为…争吵 scold sb for sth; quarrel with sb for sth row sb about sth
He rowed me about it.他为那事责备我。
She rowed the driver about the fare.她为车费跟司机吵闹。
- 为…责备; 为…争吵 scold sb for sth; quarrel with sb for sth row sb about sth
- row up (v.+adv.)
痛斥 scold mercilessly row sb up
Last night the father rowed his son up for his bad behavior at school.因儿子在学校表现不好,父亲昨晚把他狠狠地骂了一顿。
- 痛斥 scold mercilessly row sb up
- row with (v.+prep.)
同…争吵 have an unpleasant, often noisy, disagreement with (sb) row with sb
He's always rowing with his neighbours.他总是与邻居们争吵。
My husband and I were always rowing with each other.我和丈夫老是争吵。
Mary and Joan rowed with each other, but made up after a while.玛丽和琼吵架,但一会儿就和好了。
She left her husband after she rowed with him.她在与丈夫发生争吵后,便离他出走了。
- 同…争吵 have an unpleasant, often noisy, disagreement with (sb) row with sb
- a row of houses 一排房子
- row a race 参加划船比赛
- row energetically 精力充沛地划船
- row heroically 英勇地划
- row industriously 奋力地划船
- row steadily 不慌不忙地划
- row strenuously 艰难地划
- row tirelessly 从不感到疲倦地划
- row down 追上,赶上
- row off a boat 把船划开
- row out 使划得精疲力竭
- row over 一路领先,轻易取胜
- row sb across the river 把某人划到对岸
- row against the wind 逆风而划
- row in the same boat 在同一条船上划船
- row on a lake 在湖上划船
- row sb to the shore 划船把某人送上岸
- row towards the shore 划向岸边
- avoid a row 避免争吵
- cause a row 引起争吵
- have a row 争吵
- lead to a row 导致争吵
- promote a row 引起争端
- settle a row 解决争端
- start a row 开始争吵
- bitter row 激烈的争吵
- frequent row 经常争吵
- good row 大的争吵
- little row 小争吵
- long-running row 长期不断的争吵
- long-standing row 长期不断的争吵
- noisy row 高声争吵
- severe row 激烈的争吵
- sharp row 激烈的争吵
- tremendous row 激烈的争吵
- violent row 激烈的争吵
- row advantageously 有效地争吵
- row artificially 虚假地争吵
- row artistically 艺术性地争吵
- row bravely 勇敢地争吵
- row breathlessly 喘不过气地争吵
- row brusquely 粗暴地争吵
- row brutally 蛮横地争吵
- row challengingly 具有挑战性地争吵
- row hysterically 歇斯底里地争吵
- row impolitely 毫无礼貌地争吵
- row simultaneously 同时争吵
- row unconditionally 毫无条件地争吵
- row unhappily 不愉快地争吵
- row unreasonably 不讲理地争吵
- row urgently 强硬地争吵
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
- row的基本意思是“使成排; 划船,参加划船比赛”。
- row后接副词down表示“ (赛船中)赶上”; 后接副词out表示“使划得精疲力竭”; 后接副词over表示“一路领先,轻易取胜”; row against the wind意思是“逆风而划”。
- row只用作不及物动词,常与about, up, with等介、副词连用。
- row, file, line
这三个词都有“行,列”的意思。其区别在于：1.row指横向有秩序排成的一行。2.file指一群人以一个接一个的方式纵向站立或行走的队列。例如:They walked in a file down the hill.他们排成队一个接着一个地走下山。3.line既可指横列,也可指纵列,多用于抽象事物。例如:The number of passengers by this line fell off slightly in January.1月份这条航线的乘客数量略有减少。The enemy fell back on the second line of defence.敌人退守第二道防线。
- row, fight, quarrel
这三个词的共同意思是“争吵”。它们的区别是:1.quarrel一般指因意见不一致而发生“争吵”; fight常指因某件事而发生冲突。例如:The quarrel originates in a misunderstanding.此口角由误会引起。The police broke up the fight.警察阻止了斗殴。2.quarrel通常是口角之争; 而fight则是口、拳或脚交加,更常指“打仗”。例如:He felt obliged to leave after such an unpleasant quarrel.在如此不愉快的争吵之后,他被迫离去。Have you been fighting with your brother again?你又跟弟弟打架了吧?We must arouse them to fight for their own emancipation.我们必须唤起他们为其自身的解放而斗争。3.row主要用于打架、示威,强调公开化。
- ☆ 直接源自古英的r语w；最初源自原始日耳曼的r语ai(h)waz，意为一排，一行。
- row:介绍 为rest of the world的缩写，世界其它地区。ROW常见于市场分析报告书。类似的词包括：APEJ（the Asia and Pacific excluding Japan）；ROA…