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square in Maths topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsquaresquare1 /skweə $ skwer/ ●●● S2 W3 adjective  1 shapeHMSHAPE having four straight equal sides and 90° angles at the corners a large square room2 angleHM forming a 90° angle, or being close to or similar to a 90° angle square corners3 square metre/mile etc4 five feet/two metres etc square5 levelHORIZONTAL [not before noun] parallel with a straight linesquare with I don’t think the shelf is square with the floor.6 square meal7 body if someone’s body or a part of their body is square, it looks broad and strong a square jaw8 all square9 (all) square10 square deal11 boring informalFASHIONABLE# someone who is square is boring and old-fashioned12 a square peg in a round holesquareness noun [uncountable] win (something)/beat somebody fair and square at fair3(1)
Examples from the Corpus
squareThe pair moved down the centre line and halted square and dead centre.a square backyarda square cornerRoy Fredericks always favoured the square cut.The three-bedroom home is about 2,500 square feet.Rolling white sand dunes surrounded by a large oasis of swaying palm trees with a square fort in the middle.In other words, Washington must remain urgently concerned about every square inch of the planet.He was seated in a deep armchair with flat, square sides.The floor is only ten inches square so you can't sit down or squat in it.It's important to be square with clients.square withThe walls should be square with each other.