Have A Row With


Meaning and usage of the word/phrase 'Have A Row With'.


Meaning: Have an argument with someone, to quarrel, to fight
Usage: He’ll not believe me, I had a row with him yesterday.

Sample Dialogue

A: Did you feel something strange?
B: No, what is that?
A: Asad and Pintu came to the college separately in their own cars, do you know what is the matter?
B: Oh yes, they had a row with each other in cafeteria yesterday.



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