bracket (def 3).
either of a pair of characters [ ], used to enclose a section of writing or printing to separate it from the main text
Also called bracket. either of these characters used as a sign of aggregation in mathematical or logical expressions indicating that the expression contained in the brackets is to be evaluated first and treated as a unit in the evaluation of the whole
[skwair-dans, -dahns] /ˈskwɛərˌdæns, -ˌdɑns/ verb (used without object), square-danced, square-dancing. 1. to perform or participate in a square dance. 2. to participate in a hoedown. square dance noun 1. a dance by a set of four couples arranged in a square or in some set form. 2. hoedown (def 1). square dance noun 1. (mainly […]
noun 1. a fair and honest arrangement or transaction. noun, U.S. History. 1. the stated policy of President Theodore Roosevelt, originally promising fairness in all dealings with labor and management and later extended to include other groups. A just, equitable arrangement or transaction, as in I know I’ll get a square deal if I work […]
noun 1. graph paper with a pattern of squares formed by lines crossing at right angles.
noun, Informal. 1. boxing ring.