Ryan’s Word Of The Day: Row (verb) between families)
Meaning: Argument (often
Example (1): “I used to row a lot with my mum but now we almost never do. I think I was a difficult boy to deal with but my god was I handsome. Woowee!”
Example (2): “It’s healthy to row once in a while with your partner as it’s part of an open, honest relationship. Sometimes they’re effective in clearing the air.”
Download the HelloTalk app to join the conversation.