Square - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- the product of two equal terms
- an open area at the meeting of two or more streets
- something approximating the shape of a square
- someone who doesn't understand what is going on (syn: lame)
- a formal and conservative person with old-fashioned views
- any artifact having a shape similar to a plane geometric figure with four equal sides and four right angles
- a hand tool consisting of two straight arms at right angles; used to construct or test right angles
- raise to the second power
- cause to match, as of ideas or acts
- position so as to be square
- be compatible with
- pay someone and settle a debt
- turn the paddle; in canoeing (syn: feather)
- turn the oar, while rowing (syn: feather)
- leaving no balance
- without evasion or compromise (syn: straight, straightforward)
- rigidly conventional or old-fashioned (syn: straight)
- in a square shape (syn: squarely)
- firmly and solidly (syn: squarely)
The fabric is decorated with circles and squares.
Cut the brownies into squares.
The board has red and black squares.
The room has four square corners.
...received a square hearing from the disciplinary panel...
The machine squares the wood into flat boards.
If you square 3, you get 9.
Yellow knotted silk square at the throat.
He is always square in all his dealings.
On our arrival on board, the water was nearly square with the lower deck.
The picture is not square with the ceiling.
He ran square into the garden.
He hit the nail square on the head.
They played fair and square.
I'll do as I've said if he acts square.
present participle: squaring
past tense: squared
past participle: squared