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Translation of "square" - English-Spanish dictionary

square

noun /skweə/
a four-sided two-dimensional figure with all sides equal in length and all angles right angles cuadrado Draw a square Calculate the area of the square. something in the shape of this. cuadrado an open place in a town, with the buildings round it plaza a public square (mathematics) the resulting number when a number is multiplied by itself resultado 3  3, or 32 = 9, so 9 is the square of 3. squared adjective marked or ruled with squares a cuadros squared paper. having been squared. cuadrado squarely adverb directly and firmly directamente, firmemente He stood squarely in front of me She looked squarely at me. square centimetre/metre ( often abbreviated to cm2, *m2) an area equal to a square in which each side is one centimetre, metre etc centímetro cuadrado If the door is 3 metres high and 1.5 metres wide, its area is 4.5 square metres. square root noun (mathematics) the number which, multiplied by itself, gives the number that is being considered raíz cuadrada The square root of 16 is 4 ( 16 = 4). fair and square directly directamente He hit him fair and square on the nose. go back to square one to start all over again empezar de nuevo After our first attempt failed, we had to go back to square one. a square deal noun a fair bargain; fair treatment. trato justo
(Definition of square from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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