English version

wodge

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwodgewodge /wɒdʒ $ wɑːdʒ/ noun [countable]  British English informalPIECE a thick solid piece or large amount of somethingwodge of a wodge of ten pound notes
Examples from the Corpus
wodgeHe's trying so hard to force his teeth through that wodge of food he's in danger of developing lockjaw.There is the usual wodge of instructional stuff which, in general, is a waste of paper.
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