square away something/someone Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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square away something/someone

phrasal verb with square  us   /skwer, skwær/ verb [T]
to ​complete all ​necessaryarrangements for something or someone: I’ve got my ​tickets and ​hotel squared away. The ​dishes are done and the ​kids are all squared away.
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