To wedge

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Definition

to wedge: to compress, to squeeze, to force between two objects
verb
The file I was looking for was wedged between your car seats. It was compressed between the two seats.

a wedge: a triangular-shaped piece
noun
a wedge of lemon a triangular-shaped piece of lemon

Pronunciation examples
UK: Would you like a lemon wedge in your lemonade?
US: Help! My head is wedged in the car door.

Examples

  • "Several wads of chewing gum wedged beneath the paper tray"

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