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English definition of “square with”

square with

phrasal verb with square
 
 
/skweər/ verb
[I or T] if two things square with each other or if you square them with each other, they are both possible or correct, or they fit together well: The reality of the workplace does not always square with what people are told during their training.square sth with sth How can the government possibly square its tax-cut pledges with maintaining public services?
(Definition of square with from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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