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
References in classic literature ?
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.
WE started to talk about wedges last week when, for average club golfers, I recommended you carry a pitching wedge, a sand wedge and a lob wedge in your bag.
The clamp consists of a steel wedge in an aluminum channel and a screw.
The reason for this is that golfers have come to realise that having the right sand wedge in the bag is as important as having the right putter.