Commentary: A particular arrangement of some group of objects or people, in which they form a continuous, often-horizontal line. Does not refer to events in time.
Put all the cards in a neat row.
In Microsoft Excel, the cells are arranged in rows and columns.
I see a row of clouds in the sky, and you see a row of chairs on the ground.
The people are standing in a row.
When you're building a house, you arrange the bricks in rows.
She went to the opera and got a seat in the front row.
WordNet 2.0 Sense Numbers: 1 3 4 5
Commentary: ROW[+event] A slightly old-fashioned way of referring to a heated argument or dispute.
My wife and I had a nasty row about whether to get paper or plastic.
I could hear the sounds of your row from the other room.
WordNet 2.0 Sense Numbers: 2
Commentary: A particular "arrangement" of events in time; a series of events that occur consecutively or without interruption.
They won the championship three years in a row.
He knocked seven times in a row.
WordNet 2.0 Sense Numbers: 6
Commentary: ROW[+event] An act of rowing a boat. Sometimes refers to the sport of rowing.
Yesterday I took a row around the river.
The oars are too heavy for me to make a good row.
John built a row boat with his bare hands.
He tried joining the row team yesterday, but he didn't make the cut.
WordNet 2.0 Sense Numbers: 7