### What does **square** mean?

# Definitions for **square**

skwɛərsquare

#### Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word **square**.

### Princeton's WordNet

square, foursquare(noun)

(geometry) a plane rectangle with four equal sides and four right angles; a four-sided regular polygon

"you can compute the area of a square if you know the length of its sides"

square, second power(noun)

the product of two equal terms

"nine is the second power of three"; "gravity is inversely proportional to the square of the distance"

public square, square(noun)

an open area at the meeting of two or more streets

square(noun)

something approximating the shape of a square

square, lame(noun)

someone who doesn't understand what is going on

square, square toes(noun)

a formal and conservative person with old-fashioned views

square(noun)

any artifact having a shape similar to a plane geometric figure with four equal sides and four right angles

"a checkerboard has 64 squares"

square(adj)

a hand tool consisting of two straight arms at right angles; used to construct or test right angles

"the carpenter who built this room must have lost his square"

square(adj)

having four equal sides and four right angles or forming a right angle

"a square peg in a round hole"; "a square corner"

straight, square(adj)

characterized by honesty and fairness

"straight dealing"; "a square deal"

hearty, satisfying, solid, square, substantial(adj)

providing abundant nourishment

"a hearty meal"; "good solid food"; "ate a substantial breakfast"; "four square meals a day"

square(p)(adj)

leaving no balance

"my account with you is now all square"

square(a), straightforward, straight(adj)

without evasion or compromise

"a square contradiction"; "he is not being as straightforward as it appears"

square, straight(verb)

rigidly conventional or old-fashioned

square, square up(verb)

make square

"Square the circle"; "square the wood with a file"

square(verb)

raise to the second power

square(verb)

cause to match, as of ideas or acts

square(verb)

position so as to be square

"He squared his shoulders"

square(verb)

be compatible with

"one idea squares with another"

square(verb)

pay someone and settle a debt

"I squared with him"

feather, square(verb)

turn the paddle; in canoeing

feather, square(adverb)

turn the oar, while rowing

squarely, square(adverb)

in a straight direct way

"looked him squarely in the eye"; "ran square into me"

squarely, square(adverb)

in a square shape

"a squarely cut piece of paper"; "folded the sheet of paper square"

squarely, square(adverb)

firmly and solidly

"hit the ball squarely"; "the bat met the ball squarely"; "planted his great bulk square before his enemy"

### Wiktionary

square(Noun)

Any simple object with four nearly straight and nearly equal sides meeting at nearly right angles.

**Etymology:**From esquarre ( équerre), from Vulgar Latin *, from quadra.square(Noun)

An L- or T-shaped tool used to place objects or draw lines at right angles.

There are so many uses for the square, in fact, that a new model will usually come complete with a booklet enumerating its applications. - The Carpenter's Square

**Etymology:**From esquarre ( équerre), from Vulgar Latin *, from quadra.square(Noun)

An open space in a town, not necessarily square in shape, often containing trees, seating and other features pleasing to the eye.

**Etymology:**From esquarre ( équerre), from Vulgar Latin *, from quadra.square(Noun)

A cell in a grid.

You may not move a piece to a square already occupied by one of your own pieces.

**Etymology:**From esquarre ( équerre), from Vulgar Latin *, from quadra.square(Noun)

A polygon with four sides of equal length and four angles of 90 degrees; a regular quadrilateral whose angles are all 90 degrees.

**Etymology:**From esquarre ( équerre), from Vulgar Latin *, from quadra.square(Noun)

The second power of a number, value, term or expression.

64 is the square of 8.

**Etymology:**From esquarre ( équerre), from Vulgar Latin *, from quadra.square(Noun)

A body of troops drawn up in a square formation.

**Etymology:**From esquarre ( équerre), from Vulgar Latin *, from quadra.square(Noun)

A socially conventional person; typically associated with the 1950s

**Etymology:**From esquarre ( équerre), from Vulgar Latin *, from quadra.square(Noun)

The symbol # on a telephone; hash.

Enter your account number followed by a square.

**Etymology:**From esquarre ( équerre), from Vulgar Latin *, from quadra.square(Verb)

To adjust so as to align with or place at a right angle to something else.

The casting was mounted on a milling machine so that its sides could be squared.

**Etymology:**From esquarre ( équerre), from Vulgar Latin *, from quadra.square(Verb)

To resolve.

**Etymology:**From esquarre ( équerre), from Vulgar Latin *, from quadra.square(Verb)

To adjust or adapt so as to bring into harmony with something.

I cannot square the results of the experiment with my hypothesis.

**Etymology:**From esquarre ( équerre), from Vulgar Latin *, from quadra.square(Verb)

Of a value, term or expression, to multiply by itself; to raise to the second power.

**Etymology:**From esquarre ( équerre), from Vulgar Latin *, from quadra.square(Verb)

To draw, with a pair of compasses and a straightedge only, a square with the same area as.

square the circle

**Etymology:**From esquarre ( équerre), from Vulgar Latin *, from quadra.square(Verb)

To make a short low pass sideways across the pitch

**Etymology:**From esquarre ( équerre), from Vulgar Latin *, from quadra.square(Noun)

The central area of a cricket field, containing several pitches laid out next to one another - only one being used at a time.

An ideal playing area is roughly circular in shape with a central area, the cricket square, measuring 27.44 metres by 27.44 metres and boundaries 45.75 metres from the sides of the square.

**Etymology:**From esquarre ( équerre), from Vulgar Latin *, from quadra.square(Noun)

A unit of measurement of area, equal to a 10 foot by 10 foot square, ie. 100 square feet or roughly 9.3 square metres. Used in real estate for the size of a house or its rooms, though progressively being replaced by square metres in metric countries such as Australia.

**Etymology:**From esquarre ( équerre), from Vulgar Latin *, from quadra.square(Noun)

A unit used in measuring roof area equivalent to 100 square feet (9.29 m2) of roof area.

**Etymology:**From esquarre ( équerre), from Vulgar Latin *, from quadra.square(Noun)

A dessert cut into rectangular pieces, or a piece of such a dessert.

**Etymology:**From esquarre ( équerre), from Vulgar Latin *, from quadra.square(Noun)

A mortarboard

**Etymology:**From esquarre ( équerre), from Vulgar Latin *, from quadra.square(Noun)

A square meal.

Even when times were tough, we got three squares a day.

**Etymology:**From esquarre ( équerre), from Vulgar Latin *, from quadra.square(Adjective)

Shaped like a square (the polygon).

**Etymology:**From esquarre ( équerre), from Vulgar Latin *, from quadra.square(Adjective)

At right angles to.

**Etymology:**From esquarre ( équerre), from Vulgar Latin *, from quadra.square(Adjective)

Used in the names of units of area formed by multiplying a unit of length by itself.

**Etymology:**From esquarre ( équerre), from Vulgar Latin *, from quadra.square(Adjective)

Honest; straightforward.

It may be prison, but at least I'm getting three square meals a day.

**Etymology:**From esquarre ( équerre), from Vulgar Latin *, from quadra.square(Adjective)

Fair.

I'm just looking for a square deal on my car repair.

**Etymology:**From esquarre ( équerre), from Vulgar Latin *, from quadra.square(Adjective)

Even; tied

The sides were square at the end of the half.

**Etymology:**From esquarre ( équerre), from Vulgar Latin *, from quadra.square(Adjective)

Socially conventional; boring.

**Etymology:**From esquarre ( équerre), from Vulgar Latin *, from quadra.square(Adjective)

in line with the batsman's popping crease.

**Etymology:**From esquarre ( équerre), from Vulgar Latin *, from quadra.square(Adjective)

Correctly aligned with respect to something else

**Etymology:**From esquarre ( équerre), from Vulgar Latin *, from quadra.

### Webster Dictionary

Square(noun)

the corner, or angle, of a figure

**Etymology:**[OF. esquarre, esquierre, F. querre a carpenter's square (cf. It. squadra), fr. (assumed) LL. exquadrare to make square; L. ex + quadrus a square, fr. quattuor four. See Four, and cf. Quadrant, Squad, Squire a square.]Square(noun)

a parallelogram having four equal sides and four right angles

**Etymology:**[OF. esquarre, esquierre, F. querre a carpenter's square (cf. It. squadra), fr. (assumed) LL. exquadrare to make square; L. ex + quadrus a square, fr. quattuor four. See Four, and cf. Quadrant, Squad, Squire a square.]Square(noun)

hence, anything which is square, or nearly so

**Etymology:**[OF. esquarre, esquierre, F. querre a carpenter's square (cf. It. squadra), fr. (assumed) LL. exquadrare to make square; L. ex + quadrus a square, fr. quattuor four. See Four, and cf. Quadrant, Squad, Squire a square.]Square(noun)

a square piece or fragment

**Etymology:**[OF. esquarre, esquierre, F. querre a carpenter's square (cf. It. squadra), fr. (assumed) LL. exquadrare to make square; L. ex + quadrus a square, fr. quattuor four. See Four, and cf. Quadrant, Squad, Squire a square.]Square(noun)

a pane of glass

**Etymology:**[OF. esquarre, esquierre, F. querre a carpenter's square (cf. It. squadra), fr. (assumed) LL. exquadrare to make square; L. ex + quadrus a square, fr. quattuor four. See Four, and cf. Quadrant, Squad, Squire a square.]Square(noun)

a certain number of lines, forming a portion of a column, nearly square; -- used chiefly in reckoning the prices of advertisements in newspapers

**Etymology:**[OF. esquarre, esquierre, F. querre a carpenter's square (cf. It. squadra), fr. (assumed) LL. exquadrare to make square; L. ex + quadrus a square, fr. quattuor four. See Four, and cf. Quadrant, Squad, Squire a square.]Square(noun)

one hundred superficial feet

**Etymology:**[OF. esquarre, esquierre, F. querre a carpenter's square (cf. It. squadra), fr. (assumed) LL. exquadrare to make square; L. ex + quadrus a square, fr. quattuor four. See Four, and cf. Quadrant, Squad, Squire a square.]Square(noun)

an area of four sides, generally with houses on each side; sometimes, a solid block of houses; also, an open place or area for public use, as at the meeting or intersection of two or more streets

**Etymology:**[OF. esquarre, esquierre, F. querre a carpenter's square (cf. It. squadra), fr. (assumed) LL. exquadrare to make square; L. ex + quadrus a square, fr. quattuor four. See Four, and cf. Quadrant, Squad, Squire a square.]Square(noun)

an instrument having at least one right angle and two or more straight edges, used to lay out or test square work. It is of several forms, as the T square, the carpenter's square, the try-square., etc

**Etymology:**[OF. esquarre, esquierre, F. querre a carpenter's square (cf. It. squadra), fr. (assumed) LL. exquadrare to make square; L. ex + quadrus a square, fr. quattuor four. See Four, and cf. Quadrant, Squad, Squire a square.]Square(noun)

hence, a pattern or rule

**Etymology:**[OF. esquarre, esquierre, F. querre a carpenter's square (cf. It. squadra), fr. (assumed) LL. exquadrare to make square; L. ex + quadrus a square, fr. quattuor four. See Four, and cf. Quadrant, Squad, Squire a square.]Square(noun)

the product of a number or quantity multiplied by itself; thus, 64 is the square of 8, for 8 / 8 = 64; the square of a + b is a2 + 2ab + b2

**Etymology:**[OF. esquarre, esquierre, F. querre a carpenter's square (cf. It. squadra), fr. (assumed) LL. exquadrare to make square; L. ex + quadrus a square, fr. quattuor four. See Four, and cf. Quadrant, Squad, Squire a square.]Square(noun)

exact proportion; justness of workmanship and conduct; regularity; rule

**Etymology:**[OF. esquarre, esquierre, F. querre a carpenter's square (cf. It. squadra), fr. (assumed) LL. exquadrare to make square; L. ex + quadrus a square, fr. quattuor four. See Four, and cf. Quadrant, Squad, Squire a square.]Square(noun)

a body of troops formed in a square, esp. one formed to resist a charge of cavalry; a squadron

**Etymology:**[OF. esquarre, esquierre, F. querre a carpenter's square (cf. It. squadra), fr. (assumed) LL. exquadrare to make square; L. ex + quadrus a square, fr. quattuor four. See Four, and cf. Quadrant, Squad, Squire a square.]Square(noun)

fig.: The relation of harmony, or exact agreement; equality; level

**Etymology:**[OF. esquarre, esquierre, F. querre a carpenter's square (cf. It. squadra), fr. (assumed) LL. exquadrare to make square; L. ex + quadrus a square, fr. quattuor four. See Four, and cf. Quadrant, Squad, Squire a square.]Square(noun)

the position of planets distant ninety degrees from each other; a quadrate

**Etymology:**[OF. esquarre, esquierre, F. querre a carpenter's square (cf. It. squadra), fr. (assumed) LL. exquadrare to make square; L. ex + quadrus a square, fr. quattuor four. See Four, and cf. Quadrant, Squad, Squire a square.]Square(noun)

the act of squaring, or quarreling; a quarrel

**Etymology:**[OF. esquarre, esquierre, F. querre a carpenter's square (cf. It. squadra), fr. (assumed) LL. exquadrare to make square; L. ex + quadrus a square, fr. quattuor four. See Four, and cf. Quadrant, Squad, Squire a square.]Square(noun)

the front of a woman's dress over the bosom, usually worked or embroidered

**Etymology:**[OF. esquarre, esquierre, F. querre a carpenter's square (cf. It. squadra), fr. (assumed) LL. exquadrare to make square; L. ex + quadrus a square, fr. quattuor four. See Four, and cf. Quadrant, Squad, Squire a square.]Square(adj)

having four equal sides and four right angles; as, a square figure

**Etymology:**[OF. esquarre, esquierre, F. querre a carpenter's square (cf. It. squadra), fr. (assumed) LL. exquadrare to make square; L. ex + quadrus a square, fr. quattuor four. See Four, and cf. Quadrant, Squad, Squire a square.]Square(adj)

forming a right angle; as, a square corner

**Etymology:**[OF. esquarre, esquierre, F. querre a carpenter's square (cf. It. squadra), fr. (assumed) LL. exquadrare to make square; L. ex + quadrus a square, fr. quattuor four. See Four, and cf. Quadrant, Squad, Squire a square.]Square(adj)

having a shape broad for the height, with rectilineal and angular rather than curving outlines; as, a man of a square frame

**Etymology:**[OF. esquarre, esquierre, F. querre a carpenter's square (cf. It. squadra), fr. (assumed) LL. exquadrare to make square; L. ex + quadrus a square, fr. quattuor four. See Four, and cf. Quadrant, Squad, Squire a square.]Square(adj)

exactly suitable or correspondent; true; just

**Etymology:**[OF. esquarre, esquierre, F. querre a carpenter's square (cf. It. squadra), fr. (assumed) LL. exquadrare to make square; L. ex + quadrus a square, fr. quattuor four. See Four, and cf. Quadrant, Squad, Squire a square.]Square(adj)

rendering equal justice; exact; fair; honest, as square dealing

**Etymology:**[OF. esquarre, esquierre, F. querre a carpenter's square (cf. It. squadra), fr. (assumed) LL. exquadrare to make square; L. ex + quadrus a square, fr. quattuor four. See Four, and cf. Quadrant, Squad, Squire a square.]Square(adj)

even; leaving no balance; as, to make or leave the accounts square

**Etymology:**[OF. esquarre, esquierre, F. querre a carpenter's square (cf. It. squadra), fr. (assumed) LL. exquadrare to make square; L. ex + quadrus a square, fr. quattuor four. See Four, and cf. Quadrant, Squad, Squire a square.]Square(adj)

leaving nothing; hearty; vigorous

**Etymology:**[OF. esquarre, esquierre, F. querre a carpenter's square (cf. It. squadra), fr. (assumed) LL. exquadrare to make square; L. ex + quadrus a square, fr. quattuor four. See Four, and cf. Quadrant, Squad, Squire a square.]Square(adj)

at right angles with the mast or the keel, and parallel to the horizon; -- said of the yards of a square-rigged vessel when they are so braced

**Etymology:**[OF. esquarre, esquierre, F. querre a carpenter's square (cf. It. squadra), fr. (assumed) LL. exquadrare to make square; L. ex + quadrus a square, fr. quattuor four. See Four, and cf. Quadrant, Squad, Squire a square.]Square(noun)

to form with four sides and four right angles

**Etymology:**[OF. esquarre, esquierre, F. querre a carpenter's square (cf. It. squadra), fr. (assumed) LL. exquadrare to make square; L. ex + quadrus a square, fr. quattuor four. See Four, and cf. Quadrant, Squad, Squire a square.]Square(noun)

to form with right angles and straight lines, or flat surfaces; as, to square mason's work

**Etymology:**[OF. esquarre, esquierre, F. querre a carpenter's square (cf. It. squadra), fr. (assumed) LL. exquadrare to make square; L. ex + quadrus a square, fr. quattuor four. See Four, and cf. Quadrant, Squad, Squire a square.]Square(noun)

to compare with, or reduce to, any given measure or standard

**Etymology:**[OF. esquarre, esquierre, F. querre a carpenter's square (cf. It. squadra), fr. (assumed) LL. exquadrare to make square; L. ex + quadrus a square, fr. quattuor four. See Four, and cf. Quadrant, Squad, Squire a square.]Square(noun)

to adjust; to regulate; to mold; to shape; to fit; as, to square our actions by the opinions of others

**Etymology:**[OF. esquarre, esquierre, F. querre a carpenter's square (cf. It. squadra), fr. (assumed) LL. exquadrare to make square; L. ex + quadrus a square, fr. quattuor four. See Four, and cf. Quadrant, Squad, Squire a square.]Square(noun)

to make even, so as leave no remainder of difference; to balance; as, to square accounts

**Etymology:**[OF. esquarre, esquierre, F. querre a carpenter's square (cf. It. squadra), fr. (assumed) LL. exquadrare to make square; L. ex + quadrus a square, fr. quattuor four. See Four, and cf. Quadrant, Squad, Squire a square.]Square(noun)

to multiply by itself; as, to square a number or a quantity

**Etymology:**[OF. esquarre, esquierre, F. querre a carpenter's square (cf. It. squadra), fr. (assumed) LL. exquadrare to make square; L. ex + quadrus a square, fr. quattuor four. See Four, and cf. Quadrant, Squad, Squire a square.]Square(noun)

to hold a quartile position respecting

**Etymology:**[OF. esquarre, esquierre, F. querre a carpenter's square (cf. It. squadra), fr. (assumed) LL. exquadrare to make square; L. ex + quadrus a square, fr. quattuor four. See Four, and cf. Quadrant, Squad, Squire a square.]Square(noun)

to place at right angles with the keel; as, to square the yards

**Etymology:**[OF. esquarre, esquierre, F. querre a carpenter's square (cf. It. squadra), fr. (assumed) LL. exquadrare to make square; L. ex + quadrus a square, fr. quattuor four. See Four, and cf. Quadrant, Squad, Squire a square.]Square(verb)

to accord or agree exactly; to be consistent with; to conform or agree; to suit; to fit

**Etymology:**[OF. esquarre, esquierre, F. querre a carpenter's square (cf. It. squadra), fr. (assumed) LL. exquadrare to make square; L. ex + quadrus a square, fr. quattuor four. See Four, and cf. Quadrant, Squad, Squire a square.]Square(verb)

to go to opposite sides; to take an attitude of offense or defense, or of defiance; to quarrel

**Etymology:**[OF. esquarre, esquierre, F. querre a carpenter's square (cf. It. squadra), fr. (assumed) LL. exquadrare to make square; L. ex + quadrus a square, fr. quattuor four. See Four, and cf. Quadrant, Squad, Squire a square.]Square(verb)

to take a boxing attitude; -- often with up, sometimes with off

**Etymology:**[OF. esquarre, esquierre, F. querre a carpenter's square (cf. It. squadra), fr. (assumed) LL. exquadrare to make square; L. ex + quadrus a square, fr. quattuor four. See Four, and cf. Quadrant, Squad, Squire a square.]

### Freebase

Square

In geometry, a square is a regular quadrilateral. This means that it has four equal sides and four equal angles. It can also be defined as a rectangle in which two adjacent sides have equal length. A square with vertices ABCD would be denoted ABCD. The square is the n=2 case of the families of n-hypercubes and n-orthoplexes.

### Chambers 20th Century Dictionary

Square

skwār;

*adj.*having four equal sides and angles: forming a right angle: having a straight front or an outline formed by straight lines: exact suitable, fitting: true, that does equal justice, fair, honest: even, leaving no balance, settled, as accounts: directly opposed, complete, unequivocal: solid, full, satisfying.—*n.*that which is square: a square figure: a four-sided space enclosed by houses: a square body of troops: the length of the side of any figure squared: an instrument for measuring right angles: (*arith*.) the product of a quantity multiplied by itself: due proportion, order, honesty, equity, fairness.—*v.t.*to form like a square: to form with four equal sides and angles: (*arith*.) to multiply by itself: to reduce to any given measure or standard, to adjust, regulate: (*naut*.) to place at right angles with the mast or keel.—*v.i.*to suit, fit: to accord or agree: to take an attitude of offence and defence, as a boxer.—*adj.***Square′-built**, of a square build or shape.—*adv.***Square′ly**, in a square form or manner.—*ns.***Square′-meas′ure**, a system of measures applied to surfaces, of which the unit is the square of the lineal unit;**Square′ness**.—*adj.***Square′-pierced**(*her*.), designating a charge perforated with a square opening so as to show the field.—*n.***Squā′rer**, one who, or that which, squares: (*Shak.*) a fighting, quarrelsome person.—*adj.***Square′-rigged**, having the chief sails square, and extended by yards suspended by the middle at right angles to the masts—opposed to*Fore-and-aft*.—*ns.***Square′-root**, that root which being multiplied into itself produces the given number or quantity;**Square′-sail**, a four-sided sail extended by yards suspended by the middle at right angles to the mast.—*adj.***Square′-toed**.—*n.***Square′-toes**, an old-fashioned, punctilious person.—*adj.***Squā′rish**.—**Square the circle**, to determine the area of a circle in square measure.—**On the square**, honestly. [O. Fr.*esquarre*(Fr.*équerre*)—L.*ex-quadrāre*, to square—*quadrus*, conn. with*quatuor*, four.]

### CrunchBase

Square

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### Dictionary of Nautical Terms

square

An instrument formed by a stock and a tongue fixed at right angles. Also, in the army, a formation of infantry devised to resist cavalry. (See HOLLOW SQUARE and RALLYING SQUARE.) Also, a term peculiarly appropriated to the yards and their sails. Thus, when the yards hang at right angles with the mast they are said to be "square by the lifts;" when perpendicular to the ship's length, they are "square by the braces;" but when they lie in a direction perpendicular to the plane of the keel, they are "square by the lifts and braces." The yards are said to be very square when they are of extraordinary length, and the same epithet is applied to their sails with respect to their breadth. Also, a figure composed of four equal sides and four right angles, is the square of geometry.

### Military Dictionary and Gazetteer

square

In military evolutions, is the forming of a body of men into a rectangular figure, with several ranks or rows of men facing on each side. With men of ordinary firmness, a square should resist the charges of the heaviest horse. The formation is not new, for a Grecian Syntagma was a solid square of 16 men in every direction; but in modern warfare, the solid square having been found cumbrous, has been abandoned for the hollow square, with officers, horses, colors, etc., in the centre. The front rank kneels, and the two next stoop, which enables five ranks of men to maintain a rolling fire upon an advancing enemy, or to pour in a murderous volley at close quarters.

### Rap Dictionary

square(noun)

A cigarette, usually bummed off of a stranger. Smoke a square and then prepare yourself -- Twiztid, (Left Field)

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square

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### British National Corpus

Spoken Corpus Frequency

Rank popularity for the word 'square' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #2529

Written Corpus Frequency

Rank popularity for the word 'square' in Written Corpus Frequency: #1990

Nouns Frequency

Rank popularity for the word 'square' in Nouns Frequency: #901

Adjectives Frequency

Rank popularity for the word 'square' in Adjectives Frequency: #496

### Numerology

Chaldean Numerology

The numerical value of square in Chaldean Numerology is:

**9**Pythagorean Numerology

The numerical value of square in Pythagorean Numerology is:

**9**

### Examples of square in a Sentence

The potential behind this is huge, if you [consider] the number of

**square**kilometres of road that are available for energy instead of building big solar farms in fields, there is no issue of public acceptance.Despite 5 billion euros underwater, St. Marks

**Square**certainly wouldnt be secure.We will know we have done really great if it feels like a town

**square**.Really what you need to do is look at water, because water is how Angkor worked, go somewhere like the West Baray, which is just staggering. Sixteen

**square**kilometers of engineered water. The guides have almost nothing to say about it all.I’ve seen motor coaches, Corvettes, normal cars, etc., people get stuck up there all the time [because] they don’t air their tires down to 15 [pounds per

**square**inch] so the tow companies love that.

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## Translations for **square**

### From our Multilingual Translation Dictionary

- ашҭаAbkhaz
- vierkant, pleinAfrikaans
- مربع, ميدانArabic
- kvadrat, meydanAzerbaijani
- пло́шчаBelarusian
- триъгълник, линеал, площа́д, квадра́т, квадрат, квадратен, повдигам на квадратBulgarian
- বর্গBengali
- quadrat, plaça, quadrarCatalan, Valencian
- buňka, křížek, čtverec, kvadrát, pole, úhelník, druhá mocnina, náměstí, poctivý, čtvercový, férový, kolmý, vydatný, výživný, čtvereční, nudný, čestnýCzech
- sgwâr, pedrongl, petrualWelsh
- torv, kvadratDanish
- Quadrat, Spießer, Platz, Doppelkreuz, Feld, Schachfeld, spießig, rechtwinklig, quadrieren, quadratischGerman
- τετραγωνικό, πλατεία, τετράγωνο, γνώμονας, δίεση, τετραγωνικός, ορθογώνιος, εξισώνω, υψώνω στο τετράγωνο, τετράγωνος, κανονίζωGreek
- kvadrato, placo, kvadratigi, kvadrataEsperanto
- almohadilla, anticuado, plaza, soso, zanahorio, carca, cartabón, carroza, cuadro, cabeza cuadrada, casilla, cuadrado, escuadra, cuadriculado, alinear, resolver, elevar al cuadrado, perpendicular, cuadrarSpanish
- väljak, platsEstonian
- karratuBasque
- میدان, مربع, چهار گوشPersian
- neliö, neliöjalka, suorakulma, toinen potenssi, aukio, tori, ruutu, risuaita, tavallinen, neliöön, ratkaista, suorakulmaisesti, selittää, potenssiin, nähden, suoraan kulmaan, neliöidä, nelikulmainen, neliFinnish
- torgFaroese
- équerre, place, carré, case, carreau, élever au carréFrench
- uimhir chearnach, cearnóg an bhaile, hais, cearnóg, cearnógachIrish
- ceàrn-righailt, cromadh-dìreach, ceàrnag, ceàrnan, ceàrnagachScottish Gaelic
- cadro, cadradoGalician
- ચોરસGujarati
- kerrin, faaieManx
- סולמית, ריבוע, כיכרHebrew
- वर्ग, वर्गाकारHindi
- kareHaitian Creole
- tér, mező, négyzet, négyszögletes, kockafejű, merőleges, derékszögűHungarian
- քառակուսի, հրապարակArmenian
- resolver, quadrarInterlingua
- persegi, lapangan, pagar, pangkat dua, kuadrat, kotak, segiempatIndonesian
- torg, ferningur, ferningstala, réttskeið, annað, veldi, fer-, hornréttur, ferningslagaIcelandic
- piazza, casella, quadratoItalian
- 平方, 広場, 正方形, 平方形, 曲尺, 四角いJapanese
- მოედანიGeorgian
- алаңKazakh
- ಚದರKannada
- 廣場, 광장, 정사각형Korean
- аянтKyrgyz
- quadrātumLatin
- kvadratas, kampainis, aikštėLithuanian
- kvadrāts, skvērsLatvian
- porowhā rite, tapawhāMāori
- квадрат, пло́штад, тарабаMacedonian
- ചത്വരം, വര്ഗ്ഗം, സമചതുരം, കവലMalayalam
- талбай, квадратMongolian
- orang skema, perkakas, hash, dataran, kaki persegi, kuasa dua, seorang yang sosialnya konvensional, segi empat sama, skema, persegiMalay
- torg, plass, firkanttast, kvadrat, firkantet, firkanta, kvadratisk, kvadrat-, løse, kvadrere, vinkelrett påNorwegian
- markt, plaats, tweede macht, kwadraat, hekje, vierkant, square, winkelhaak, veld, plein, oplossen, kwadrateren, tot de tweede macht verheffen, vierkanteDutch
- firkanttast, plass, kvadrat, torg, firkanta, løyse, kvadrat-, kvadratisk, kvadrere, vinkelrett påNorwegian Nynorsk
- dikʼą́Navajo, Navaho
- kątownik, skwer, węgielnica, plac, kwadrat, podnosić do kwadratu, podnosić do drugiej potęgi, kwadratowyPolish
- sustenido, casa, quadrado, esquadro, careta, praça, alinhar, perpendicular, resolver, [[elevar]] [[ao quadrado]]Portuguese
- T'asraQuechua
- piețe, pătrat, cvadrat, echer, piațăRomanian
- по́ле, квадра́т, уго́льник, сквер, обыва́тель, пло́щадь, решётка, квадратныйRussian
- kvadrat, vinkl, drugi stepen, trg, винкла, тараба, квадрат, prav ugao, други степен, прав угао, vinkla, винкл, трг, tarabaSerbo-Croatian
- štvorec, námestieSlovak
- kvadrat, trgSlovene
- katror, sheshAlbanian
- fyrkant, kvadrat, vinkelhake, torg, ruta, brädgård, kvadratisk, fyrkantig, kvadrat-, kvadrera, vinkelrät motSwedish
- చతురస్రం, వర్గం, చదరపు, చతురస్రTelugu
- майдонTajik
- สี่เหลี่ยมจตุรัสThai
- meýdan, kwadratTurkmen
- kuwadradoTagalog
- kare, meydanTurkish
- мәйданTatar
- квадрат, пло́ща, майда́нUkrainian
- maydon, kvadratUzbek
- 廣場, quảng trường, vuôngVietnamese
- feled, cögafeledVolapük
- cwåré, cwårêyeWalloon
- קוואַדראַטYiddish
- 廣場Chinese

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