Definition of wodge in English:

wodge

Line breaks: wodge
Pronunciation: /wɒdʒ
 
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noun

British informal
A large piece or amount of something: he slapped a wodge of notes down on the counter
More example sentences
  • And being a computer-head, Norman has very thoughtfully stuck huge wodges of his library up on the web for all to see.
  • For the first time, the Super Furry Animals had access to a huge wodge of major - label money.
  • All too often we serve up great wodges of congealed gloop, which even the feeble apology ‘But it's meant to be sticky rice’ fails to excuse.

Origin

mid 19th century: alteration of wedge1.

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