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"square up" in British English

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square up

phrasal verb with square uk   /skweər/  us   /skwer/ verb
  • (PAY)

informal to ​pay someone the ​money that you ​owe them: If you ​pay for both ​tickets now, I'll ​square up with you ​later.
(Definition of square up from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"square up" in Business English

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square up

phrasal verb with square uk   us   /skweər/ verb
if two things that should be the same do not ​square up, they seem different or show different ​results: The ​accounts don't seem to ​square up.
(Definition of square up from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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