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wedge

verb [T]
 
 
/wedʒ/
wedge sth open/shut to use a wedge or similar shaped object to keep a door or window firmly open or closed: The room was hot so I wedged the door open.Closing and blocking
to push something into a narrow space: I was wedged between Andy and Pete in the back of the car.Closing and blocking
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