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English definition of “square”
› [T] FINANCE to reach an agreement with someone: square sth with sb The company's full-year results will be postponed until it has squared a new agreement with its lenders. A state-owned bank had to be brought in, in order to square the deal.
› [I] (also square up) if two things that should be the same do not square, they seem different or show different results: A Superior Court judge ruled that the tape and the officers' reports "didn't square".
square the books › ACCOUNTING to make sure that you have paid all the money you owe, or that you have received all the money that other people owe you: Currency traders are squaring their books ahead of the long holiday weekend.
square the circle › to solve a very difficult situation or problem: He will have to square the circle of how to sell at current prices while cutting the cost of production to make a profit.