a perfectly formed backyard...or measurement of area inspired by a yardstick. A yard is three feet long, thus a square yard, having three feet on all sides of a square, must be...let's see - three times three equals - nine! square feet to a square yard. Thus, metrically-deficit minded Americans have our yards with which to play...with.
a traditional unit of area. 1 yd2 equals 9 ft2, 1296 in2, or exactly 0.836 127 36 m2.
The basic unit of measurement for large areas. One square yard is equal to 3' x 3' or 9 square feet. Squeegee - A rubber blade Applicator with a long handle designed for spreading driveway sealer.
a unit of area equal to one yard by one yard square
a square area which measures one yard on each side
The square yard is an Imperial unit/U.S. customary unit (non-SI non-metric) of area, used in most of the English-speaking world. It is defined as the area of a square with sides of one yard (three feet, thirty-six inches, 0.9144 metres) in length.