Definition of row
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Definitions include: to leave.
Definitions include: British expression meaning that the speaker doesn't want to do something.
Definitions include: nickname for a surgeon, used by doctors in the UK.
Definitions include: British.
Definitions include: abbreviated form of "isn't it".
Definitions include: money.
Definitions include: vagina.
Definitions include: an idiotic or incompetent person.
Definitions include: a grand party.
Definitions include: a lump of (usually dried) feces stuck in the hair / wool / fur / etc. near the anus of an animal, including a human.
Definitions include: a petty criminal who deals in stolen goods or counterfeit items.
Definitions include: acronym for "good for parts only".
Definitions include: a cigarette.
Definitions include: wealthy, upper-class.
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Definitions include: To ensure all the small details or elements are accounted for and in their proper order before embarking on a new project. Good attorneys, for example, make sure all of the evidence and witnesses are presented in a precise, effective order, like ducklings following the mother duck in a straight line when in water, or the natural flight formation used by ducks as they fly through the sky in a V-formation behind the leader, allowing each duck to take advantage of reduced wind resistance.
Definitions include: a poor area of a town; "ghetto".
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