I came across the following paragraph from the book Maurice by E.M. Forster
The boy laughed. He did not understand Mr Ducie, but knew that he was meaning to be funny. He felt at ease because it was his last day at school, and even if he did wrong he would not get into a row. Besides, Mr Abrahams had declared him a success.
According to Dictionary.com, "row" means "a noisy quarrel or dispute" or "a reprimand". Which one would better fit the context?