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Definition of square with phrasal verb from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

 

square with

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Phrasal Verbs

square something with something

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square with something

 
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to make two ideas, facts or situations agree or combine well with each other; to agree or be consistent with another idea, fact or situation The interests of farmers need to be squared with those of consumers. How can you square this with your conscience? Your theory does not square with the facts. What she was being asked to do did not square with her political beliefs.

square something with somebody

 
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to ask permission or check with somebody that they approve of what you want to do I think I'll be able to come, but I'll square it with my parents first.
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