1. [mid-19C+] a complaint.
2. [mid-19C] (UK Und.) a row.
3. [mid-19C+] (US) chatter, gossip, empty, foolish talk.
4. [1900s–20s] (US) the world of the city (as opposed to the supposed quaintness of the countryside).
5. [1900s–30s] a (self-)important person.
6. [1920s+] (US) information, the know.
7. [1960s+] (US/W.I.) serious trouble.
[late 19C+] (US) of clothes, showy, ‘loud’.
[1940s] (W.I.) the voice.
[1970s+] (W.I.) to be in trouble.
[1960s] (Aus.) to buy a round of drinks.
[1950s+] to discuss, with the implication that one wishes to take some form of action.
[1900s] (US) the height of fashion.
see shut one’s/the row under row n.1
[mid-19C+] shut up! stop talking!
SE in slang uses
[20C+] to pretend to be, usu. as an imper. command that is rendered humorous through its impossibility, e.g. go into the changing room and make a noise like a cricket bat (cf. make like (a)... v.).
[1990s+] turn up the volume.
[1980s+] (US) forget it! rubbish! what a bore!