square * away +
There are few things I have to square away before I can leave.
The project should be squared away in the summer.
The two drunks squared off and the barman had to intervene before a fight broke out.
square off against +
They squared off against the police when they arrived.
Can I square up with you for last night?
The companies are squared up for a fight.
square up to +
They need to square up to what they did wrong if we are to make any progress.
square with +
What he said doesn’t square with what the others said.
square * with (square sth with sb)
(做某事之前) 先得到 (某人的) 允許
I’ll have to square that with my boss before I can confirm it.
I’ll have to square it with the manager first.
Four of us had to squeeze up in the back of the car.