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wedge

2 verb
     
wedge2 [transitive always + adverb/preposition]
1 to force something firmly into a narrow space:
The phone was wedged under his chin.
Victoria wedged herself into the passenger seat.
2

wedge something open/shut

to put something under a door, window etc to make it stay open or shut

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