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Oxford dictionary definition of the word row:
propel (a boat) with oars:
out in the bay a small figure was rowing a rubber dinghy
[no object, with adverbial of direction] travel by rowing a boat:
we rowed down the river all day
convey (a passenger) in a boat by rowing it:
her father was rowing her across the lake
[no object] engage in the sport of rowing, especially competitively:
he rowed for England
he rowed stroke in the University Eight
a spell of rowing.
reverse an earlier decision or previously held opinion; backtrack:
he rowed back on his comments the following day
if the government attempts to row back from its commitments, disaster will result
row someone down
overtake a team in a rowing race, especially a bumping race.
row someone out
exhaust someone by rowing:
both pairs finished in a distressed condition, Boardman being completely rowed out
complete the course of a boat race with little effort, owing to the absence or inferiority of competitors.
Old English rōwan, of Germanic origin; related to rudder; from an Indo-European root shared by Latin remus ‘oar’, Greek eretmon ‘oar’