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Translation of "square" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

square

verb (SHAPE) 形狀     /skweər/ US  /skwer/
square your shoulders to pull your shoulders up and back because you feel determined to do something (表示決心已定)挺起胸膛,挺直身子 He squared his shoulders and took a deep breath before diving into the pool. 他挺直肩膀,做了個深呼吸,然後潛入了游泳池。 Gestures with the head or shouldersStrong-willed
(Definition of square verb (SHAPE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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