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square^{1} W3S2 [skweə US skwer] adj▬▬▬▬▬▬▬1¦(shape)¦2¦(angle)¦3 square metre/mile etc4 5 feet/2 metres etc square5¦(level)¦6 square meal7¦(body)¦8 all square9 (all) square10 square deal11¦(boring)¦12 a square peg in a round hole▬▬▬▬▬▬▬1.) ¦(SHAPE)¦having four straight equal sides and 90º angles at the corners▪ a large square room2.) ¦(ANGLE)¦forming a 90º angle, or being close to or similar to a 90º angle▪ square corners3.) square metre/mile etcan area of measurement equal to a square with sides a metre long, a mile long etc▪ about four square metres of ground4.) 5 feet/2 metres etc squarehaving the shape of a square with sides that are 5 feet, 2 metres etc long▪ The room is six metres square.5.) ¦(LEVEL)¦ [not before noun]parallel with a straight linesquare with▪ I don't think the shelf is square with the floor.6.) square meala good satisfying meal▪ Children should have three square meals a day.7.) ¦(BODY)¦if someone's body or a part of their body is square, it looks broad and strong▪ a square jaw8.) all squareBrE to have the same number of points as your opponent in a competition▪ The teams were all square at the end of the first half.9.) (all) square informalif two people are square, they do not owe each other any money▪ Here's your £10 back, so that makes us square .10.) square dealhonest and fair treatment from someone, especially in business▪ I'm not getting a square deal here.11.) ¦(BORING)¦ informalsomeone who is square is boring and oldfashioned12.) a square peg in a round hole informalsomeone who is in a job or situation that is not suitable for them>squareness n [U]square ^{2 }square^{2} S2 n▬▬▬▬▬▬▬1¦(shape)¦2¦(in a town)¦3 square one4¦(number)¦5¦(in a game)¦6¦(person)¦7¦(tool)¦▬▬▬▬▬▬▬[Date: 12001300; : Old French; Origin: esquarre, from Vulgar Latin exquadra, from exquadrare 'to make square', from Latin quadrare 'to make square, fit']1.) ¦(SHAPE)¦a shape with four straight equal sides with 90º angles at the corners▪ First of all, draw a square.square of▪ a small square of cloth2.) ¦(IN A TOWN)¦a large open area in the centre of a town or city, usually in the shape of a square, or the buildings surrounding itmain/market/town square▪ The hotel is just off the main square of Sorrento.▪ She lives in Hanover Square.3.) square onethe situation from which you started to do somethingbe back to/at square one▪ The police are now back at square one in their investigation.go back to square one(=used when you start something again because you were not successful the first time)▪ Okay, let's go back to square one and try again.from square one▪ I've had to relearn the game from square one.4.) ¦(NUMBER)¦the result of multiplying a number by itself→↑square root square of▪ The square of 4 is 16.5.) ¦(IN A GAME)¦a space on a board used for playing a game such as ↑chess6.) ¦(PERSON)¦ informalsomeone who is considered boring and unfashionable= ↑nerd7.) ¦(TOOL)¦ also set squarea flat object with a straight edge, often shaped like an L, used for drawing or measuring 90° anglessquare ^{3 }square^{3} v [T]▬▬▬▬▬▬▬1¦(multiply)¦2¦(in a competition)¦3 square your shoulders4¦(make something straight)¦5 square the circlePhrasal verbssquare something<=>awaysquare offsquare upsquare with something▬▬▬▬▬▬▬1.) ¦(MULTIPLY)¦to multiply a number by itself2.) ¦(IN A COMPETITION)¦BrE to win a point or game so that you have now won the same number of points or games as the other team or player▪ India won the second match to square the series at one each.3.) square your shouldersto stand straight and push your shoulders back, usually to show your determination4.) ¦(MAKE SOMETHING STRAIGHT)¦to make something straight or parallel5.) square the circleto attempt something impossiblesquare away [square sth<=>away] phr vto finish something, especially by putting the last details in order▪ Get your work squared away before you leave.square off phr v1.) square sth<=>offto make something have neat corners2.) AmE to get ready to fight someonesquare up phr v1.) to pay money that you owe▪ I'll pay for the drinks and you can square up later.2.) BrE to get ready to fight someonesquare up to▪ The two lads squared up to each other.3.) square up to sb/sthto deal with a difficult situation or person in a determined waysquare with [square with sth] phr v1.) square (sth) with sthif you square two ideas, statements etc with each other or if they square with each other, they are considered to be in agreement▪ His story simply does not square with the facts.▪ How do you square that with your religious beliefs?square sth with your conscience(=make yourself believe that what you are doing is morally right)2.) square sth with sbBrE to persuade someone to agree to something▪ I'll take the day off if I can square it with my boss.square ^{4 }square^{4} adv1.) directly and firmly= ↑squarely▪ Look him square in the eye and say no.2.) at 90 º to a line= ↑squarely square to▪ Wright passed the ball square to Brown.
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