*square* 的 **6** 个定义

- a rectangle having all four sides of equal length.
- anything having this form or a form approximating it, as a city block, rectangular piece of candy, etc.
- an open area or plaza in a city or town, formed by the meeting or intersecting of two or more streets and often planted with grass, trees, etc., in the center.
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squared, squar·ing.

- to reduce to square, rectangular, or cubical form: He squared off the log to make a timber for his house.
- to mark out in one or more squares or rectangles.
- to test with measuring devices for deviation from a right angle, straight line, or plane surface.
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squared, squar·ing.

- to accord or agree: Your theory does not square with the facts.
- to settle, even, or balance a matter, as by paying a bill, returning a favor, or tying a score.
- to form buds.

squar·er, squar·est.

- formed by or as a right angle; having some part or parts rectangular: a square corner.
- having four sides and four right angles in two dimensions or three pairs of parallel sides meeting at right angles in three dimensions; having each dimension in the shape of a square or rectangle and all angles right angles: a square box.
- noting any unit of area measurement having the form of a square and designated by a unit of linear measurement forming a side of the square: one square foot.
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- so as to be square; in square or rectangular form.
- at right angles.
- fairly or honestly.
- directly or straightforwardly.

- square around, Baseball. to shift the feet and body from a conventional batting stance to a position facing the pitcher, with the bat held across and in front of the body.
- square away, Nautical.to arrange the yards so as to sail before the wind.to prepare; get ready: Square away for dinner.to assume a position of defense or offense: The wrestlers squared away for the first fall.to organize or complete satisfactorily; put in order: I want to square away the work before going on vacation.
- square off, to assume a posture of defense or offense, as in boxing: They squared off for a fight.to prepare to dispute with another; show signs of opposition or resistance: The governor and the legislature are squaring off over the landfill issue.
- square up, to pay or settle an account, bill, etc.: We squared up with the cashier and checked out of the hotel.

*square* 近义词

honest, genuine

four-sided

old-fashioned, conventional

person who is old-fashioned, conventional

*square* 的近义词 **7** 个

*square* 的反义词 **3** 个

municipal park

correspond, agree

pay off, satisfy

adapt, regulate

#### 由*square*构成的短语

- square away
- square deal
- square meal, a
- square off
- square one's shoulders
- square peg in a round hole
- square the circle
- square up
- square with
- back to the drawing board (square one)
- fair and square
- on the square
- round peg in a square hole
- shoot straight (square)

#### 更多*square*例句

- For starters there are the 100,000 trillion photons arriving every second at every
*square*centimeter of Earth’s dayside surface, after racing here from the outer envelope of a natural giant thermonuclear reactor we call the sun. - It makes the same prediction for spaces of every dimension — that in covering, say, 12-dimensional space using 12-dimensional “square” tiles, you will end up with at least two tiles that abut each other exactly.
- Treating arid land with LNC costs $2 to $5 per
*square*meter, far more than many farmers can afford. - Most of these were “gridworlds”—literally two-dimensional grids with objects in some squares.
- The median sales price of homes in Cheesman Park is $350,000 with an average of $401 per
*square*foot. - Some longtime local acquaintances are struggling to
*square*the man they know with the ugly associations. - This last trip it had felt as if there were more cameras around Havana than Times
*Square*. - Records describe this house as 6,916
*square*feet, with six bedrooms and eight bathrooms. - The international media had been waiting on Wenceslas
*Square*since early afternoon. - In the afternoon, about a thousand people marched in protest through the largest Prague
*square*, with police nowhere in sight. - Nowhere can be found a region capable of supporting a larger population to the
*square*mile than Lombardy. - For years his lordship was seldom seen in London, the great house in Grosvenor
*Square*was never opened. - She opened the door of a
*square*room with large roses on the white wall-paper, and fine old mahogany furniture. - I would not just then have traded off that steamboat for several
*square*miles of snow-capped sublimity. - The building, which has five storeys, stands on three sides of a
*square*courtyard, and faces into Edmund Street.