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Definición de “wedge” en inglés

wedge

noun uk   /wedʒ/ us  

wedge noun (SHAPE)

[C] a piece of metal, wood, rubber, etc. with a pointed edge at one end and a wide edge at the other, either pushed between two objects to keep them still or forced into something to break pieces off it: Push a wedge under the door to keep it open while we're carrying the boxes in. Pieces of stone can be split off by forcing wedges between the layers.ToolsGardening tools [C] a piece of something, especially food, in the shape of a triangle: Auntie Ann put a huge wedge of fruit cake on my plate. a wedge of cheeseMasses and large amounts of things

wedge noun (SHOES)

wedges [plural] women's shoes with a heel all the way under the shoeShoes and shoemaking

wedge

verb [T] uk   /wedʒ/ us  
to make something stay in a particular position by using a wedge: [+ adj] Find something to wedge the window open/closed with.Closing and blocking to put something into a very small or narrow space, so that it cannot move easily: Her shoe came off and got wedged between the bars. I was standing waiting for a bus, wedged between (= fixed between and unable to move away from) two old ladies and their bags of shopping.Inserting and forcing things into other things
(Definition of wedge from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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