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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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  • off the cuff
  • watch one's step
  • buy up (something) or buy (something) up
  • speak of the devil (and he appears)
  • take a risk
  • throw out (something) or throw (something) out
  • lay off (workers/staff) or lay (workers/staff) off
  • take its toll
  • milk (someone) for (something)
  • get out of (somewhere)

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