- 英[skwɛə ʌp]
- 美[skwɛr ʌp]
- 把…摆正; <正>结清账目，算清（欠账等）; 做成直角
Square up the books to make them look neat.
Give me a minute to square up, and I'll meet you outside the hotel.
Can I leave you to square up with the waiter?
我把跟服务员结帐的事交给你办行 吗 ?
You'll have to square up to your problems.
Square up everything whatsoever that is has been necessary to buy.
Are you going to square up with the waiter?
你打算去跟服务员结帐 吗 ?
Who'll square up the damage he has done?
He must square up to the reality of being out of work.
We have to square up to the problem.
Please square up and come back at once.
Square Shoulders : The shoulders should square up to the fall line.
I can square up to the responsibilities for my poor family now.
I dare to square up to any difficulties.
I have something to square up with you.
Square up your shoes, Tom.
1. make square;
"Square the circle"
"square the wood with a file"
2. even up the edges of a stack of paper, in printing
3. settle conclusively; come to terms;
"We finally settled the argument"
清账 付讫 结清