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English definition of “wodge”

wodge

noun [C] (also wadge)     /wɒdʒ/ US  /wɑːdʒ/ mainly UK informal
a thick piece or a large amount of something: She cut herself a great wodge of chocolate cake . He hurried towards the staffroom with a wodge of papers under his arm .Masses and large amounts of things
(Definition of wodge noun from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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