Definition of square something away in US English:

square something away

phrasal verb

North American
  • Arrange or deal with something in a satisfactory way.

    ‘don't you worry, we'll get things squared away’
    • ‘One more championship will square it away for me.’
    • ‘Ibarra will get some money back, he explains, but it won't be the full amount and it won't be until the accounting is squared away.’
    • ‘So we took matters into our own hands and booked another flight ourselves, figuring that we could square things away with ATA after we got back home.’
    • ‘I'm sure it will be fine with my father, but I'll give you his number so you can square it away with him.’
    • ‘All you have to do is square everything away with her parents.’
    • ‘With business itself, most of the key industry groups were squared away privately during and immediately after the deal's negotiation.’
    • ‘Three siblings are squared away in other ranches, so there is no inter-family competition for the 900-acre home farm.’
    • ‘Both teams squared away the three-game test series in front of appreciative crowds.’
    • ‘Norwood didn't think he'd squared it away with Blake.’
    • ‘You know our stand on supplements - they work well, but only after your diet is squared away.’