wedge in

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w>wedge in

vt sep (lit) postfestkeilen; to be wedged in (car, house, person etc) → eingekeilt or eingezwängt sein; if you park there, you’ll wedge me/my car inwenn du da parkst, keilst du mich ein/wird mein Auto eingekeilt; he wedged himself in between themer zwängte sich zwischen sie
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A quoin is a solid which differs from a wedge in having its sharp end formed by the steep inclination of one side, instead of the mutual tapering of both sides.
If the disk is less than half full, material from a given avalanche doesn't stay in the same wedge in successive avalanches.
Obviously, you usually need a sand wedge in a green-side bunker.