square off Meaning in Cambridge American English Dictionary
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square off

 /ˈskwer ˈɔf, ˈskwær/
phrasal verb with square  us   /skwer, skwær/ verb [T]
to oppose someone in a competition or prepare to fight someone: Bradley is expected to square off with Cook in the next election.
Translations of “square off”
in Chinese (Traditional) 擺好架勢(準備迎戰)…
in Russian готовиться к бою…
in Turkish birisiyle tartışmaya/yarışmaya/kavgaya hazırlanmak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 摆好架势(准备迎战)…
in Polish zmierzyć się…
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