From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsquaredsquared /skweəd $ skwerd/ adjective 1 SQUARE British English divided into squares or marked with squares squared paper2 → 3/9/10 etc squared

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squared• I like the squared corners better than the rounded ones.• That is, that line which minimizes the sum of squared deviations from the line. 4.• Excluding the few outliers, we can calculate the square root of the average squared error over all subjects for each repetition.• Designing into a boundless, regular, squared grid, let black represent the occupation of any square.• Effectively the spreadsheet consists of a large, anywhere from 65,000 cells to 2 million or more, sheet of squared paper.• Price volatility for each week was measured as the square root of the average of daily squared price changes.