||pay a debt, pay your share
||Cal told me you owe him $50. He's wants you to square up.
||leave prostitution or life on the street
||I've heard there's a group that helps prostitutes square up.
||a place to stay, a shelter for street people, a shack
||"Where's your squat?" "Across the tracks in a deserted service station."
||very clean, innocent
||I've checked Todd's record. He's clean - squeaky clean.
||tell the police, rat on
||Robbie won't squeal on us. He'll never tell what we did.
||one who tells the police or authorities, canary
||Jason, you squealer! You told the teacher I copied your work.
||save, hide, put in a safe place, salt away
||You can have your own pension if you squirrel away a few dollars each month.
||compare with, pale by comparison
||The Lincoln is a nice car, but how does it stack up against the Lexus?
||having large breasts, having big boobs, sweater girl
||"Please describe the woman." "She was tall, blond and, well, you might say she was stacked."
||party for a man who will soon be married
||Let's have a stag for Greg. It's his last party as a single man.