row out to

row out to (something or some place)

1. To use a rowboat to reach some distant thing or location. Make sure you're wearing life jackets when you row out to the cabin on the lake. A skeleton crew will remain aboard the ship while the rest of us row out to shore.
2. To delivery or carry someone or something to some distant thing or location on a rowboat. We're rowing emergency supplies out to flood victims stranded on their roofs until they can be airlifted to safety. The kids want us to row them out to the island in the middle of the lake so they can explore for the afternoon.
See also: out, row, to
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row (someone or something) out to something

to carry someone or something in a rowboat from the shore out to something. Will you row me out to the island? I rowed out all the visitors to the little island.
See also: out, row, to
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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