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Definition of wedged

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Other terms relating to 'computer slang':

Definitions include: non-elegant, in a way that solves a problem using the sheer amount of computer processing available, rather than finding (or inventing) a smarter technique.
Definitions include: "elite".
Definitions include: the pressing of the "Alt" key + the "Ctrl" key + the "Del" key to reboot or unfreeze a PC computer.
Definitions include: to do an internet search on someone or something.
Definitions include: acronym for "no fucking idea".
Definitions include: the World Wide Web.
Definitions include: acronym for "end of file".
Definitions include: acronym for "on my way".
Definitions include: acronym for "I think I'm going [to] be sick" or "I think I'm gonna be sick".
Definitions include: acronym for "what have you done".
Definitions include: This definition is questionable and is pending deletion.
Definitions include: to arrive unexpectedly and uninvited, esp. to a social function such as a party or ceremony.
Definitions include: computer speak for "elite."
Definitions include: acronym for "not safe for work".
Definitions include: acronym for "cannot be unseen".

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Other terms relating to 'wedge':

Definitions include: money.

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