square away

square away  {v. phr.}
1. To arrange the sails of a ship so that the wind blows from behind.
The captain ordered the crew to square away and sail before the wind.
2.  {informal}
To put right for use or action. — Often used in the passive or participle.
The living room was squared away for the guests.
Harry got into trouble, but his scoutmaster talked with him and got him squared away.
3.  {informal}
To stand ready to fight; put up your fists.
Jack and Lee squared away.
Categories: informal verb