Значение идиомы square away

[square away] {v. phr.} 1. To arrange the sails of a ship so thatthe wind blows from behind.

The captain ordered the crew to squareaway and sail before the wind.

2. {informal} To put right for use oraction. – Often used in the passive or participle.

The living roomwas squared away for the guests.

Harry got into trouble, but hisscoutmaster talked with him and got him squared away.

Syn.:STRAIGHTEN OUT. 3. {informal} To stand ready to fight; put up yourfists.

Jack and Lee squared away.


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