Phrasal Verb 'Square'

We have 8 phrasal verb definitions related to 'Square'.

Square away

Meaning: Finish or sort something out

Example: There are few things I have to SQUARE AWAY before I can leave.

Square off

Meaning: Confront someone or prepare to fight them

Example: The two drunks SQUARED OFF and the barman had to intervene before a fight broke out.

Square off against

Meaning: Confront someone or prepare to fight them

Example: They SQUARED OFF AGAINST the police when they arrived.

Square up

Meaning: Pay back a debt

Example: Can I SQUARE UP with you for last night?

Square up

Meaning: Confront someone or prepare to fight them

Example: The companies are SQUARING UP for a fight.

Square up to

Meaning: Accept responsibility or guilt

Example: They need to SQUARE UP TO what they did wrong if we are to make any progress.

Square with

Meaning: Match, conform to

Example: What he said doesn't SQUARE WITH what the others said.

Square with

Meaning: Check with someone that something is OK

Example: I'll have to CHECK that WITH my boss before I can confirm it.