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- noun: A plane figure having four equal sides.
- noun: Something having an equal-sided rectangular form: a square of cloth.
- noun: A T-shaped or L-shaped instrument for drawing or testing right angles.
- noun: Mathematics The product obtained when a number or quantity is multiplied by itself: 49 is the square of 7.
- noun: Games Any of the quadrilateral spaces on a board, as in chess.
- noun: An open, usually four-sided area at the intersection of two or more streets, often planted with grass and trees for use as a park.
- noun: A rectangular space enclosed by streets and occupied by buildings; a block.
- noun: Slang A person who is regarded as dull, rigidly conventional, and out of touch with current trends.
- noun: Slang A square meal. Often used in the plural: three squares a day.
- adjective: Having four equal sides and four right angles.
- adjective: Forming a right angle.
- adjective: Expressed in units measuring area: square feet.
- adjective: Having a specified length in each of two equal dimensions: a room that is 12 feet square.
- adjective: Having a base that is a square: a square pyramid.
- adjective: Nautical Set at right angles to the mast and keel. Used of the yards of a square-rigged ship.
- adjective: Approximately rectangular and equilateral in cross section: a square house.
- adjective: Characterized by blocklike solidity or sturdiness.
- adjective: Honest; direct: a square answer.
- adjective: Just; equitable: a square deal.
- adjective: Having all accounts settled; even.
- adjective: Sports Even; tied.
- adjective: Slang Rigidly conventional; dull.
- verb-transitive: To cut to a square or rectangular shape.
- verb-transitive: To test for conformity to a desired plane, straight line, or right angle.
- verb-transitive: To mark into squares. Often used with off.
- verb-transitive: To bring into conformity or agreement: She could not square the request with her principles.
- verb-transitive: To bring (oneself) into a better position or relation: He tried to square himself with his parents.
- verb-transitive: To set straight or at approximate right angles: square one's cap.
- verb-transitive: To bring into balance; settle: square a debt.
- verb-transitive: Sports To even the score of: to square a game.
- verb-transitive: Mathematics To raise (a number or quantity) to the second power.
- verb-transitive: Mathematics To find a square equal in area to (the area of a given figure).
- verb-transitive: Informal To bribe or fix: a party in litigation that tried to square the judge.
- verb-intransitive: Mathematics To be at right angles.
- verb-intransitive: To agree or conform: a story that doesn't square with the facts.
- adverb: Mathematics At right angles.
- adverb: In a square shape.
- adverb: In a solid manner; firmly.
- adverb: Directly; straight: ran square into each other.
- adverb: In an honest, straightforward manner.
- phrasal-verb: square away Nautical To square the yards of a sailing vessel.
- phrasal-verb: square away To put away or in order.
- phrasal-verb: square off To assume a fighting stance; prepare to fight.
- phrasal-verb: square up To settle a bill or debt.
- idiom: on the square Mathematics At right angles.
- idiom: on the square Honestly and openly: has always dealt on the square.
- idiom: out of square Mathematics Not at exact right angles.
- idiom: out of square Not in agreement.
- idiom: square peg in a round hole Informal A misfit.
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