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square things up with (someone)
to pay someone what one owes him or her
I squared things up with my friend and gave him the money that I owed him.
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  • square up to (someone or something)
  • squawk about (something)
  • squeak by (someone or something)
  • squirrel (something) away or squirrel away (something)
  • stab (someone) in the back
  • stack the cards/deck for or against (someone or something)
  • stack up (something) or stack (something) up
  • stake a claim to (something)
  • stall off (someone or something) or stall (someone or something) off
  • stamp out (something) or stamp (something) out
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  • swear on (something)
  • let up
  • up in years
  • over (someone`s) head
  • kiss of death
  • the responsible party
  • quick as a wink
  • heads will roll
  • blaze a trail (in something)
  • hash (something) over or hash over (something)

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    The Netherlands

    Dutch children receive their gifts on December 5, St. Nicholas Eve, when families gather to play treasure hunt games and exchange riddles. Presents are anonymously signed Sinterklaas, but a dedication is written on the wrapping paper to offer clues to the real gift givers identity. A rhyming verse teases the recipient (in good humor, of course) or offers a hint at whats inside. Other small, unwrapped gifts are hidden in odd places, like inside a potato or a cup of pudding the more surprising, the better.


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