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Definition of wedge

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Other terms relating to 'British, UK slang (list of)':

Definitions include: to reconnoiter.
Definitions include: extremely tired.
Definitions include: acronym for "normal for Norfolk", an insult used by doctors in the UK on medical charts.
Definitions include: Origin British, slang for money.
Definitions include: To be nerd, geek or loser.
Definitions include: a convenience store that sells alcohol.
Definitions include: idiot, un-cool, not liked.
Definitions include: an extended period of alcohol or drug use.
Definitions include: external female genitalia.
Definitions include: British term for vehicles produced by Mercedes-Benz, not used in US due to confusion with Ford division Mercury.
Definitions include: in American English: an irascible old male person.
Definitions include: a female.
Definitions include: Sarcastic and bitchy.
Definitions include: colleague / associate.
Definitions include: pejorative nickname for the British daily tabloid newspaper Daily Mail.

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