There are 2 translations of wedge in Spanish:

wedge1

Pronunciation: /wedʒ/

n

  • 1 1.1 (for securing) cuña (f), calce (m), calzo (m) 1.2 (for splitting) cuña (f) the thin end of the wedge el principio de algo peor to drive a wedge between two people/groups abrir* una brecha entre dos personas/grupos
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    • An anchorage consists of a cast-iron bearing plate and special wedges to secure the strand inside the anchor housing.
    • Once the wedge is secured, slide the fender into the exposed slot until it clicks.
    • Once home I lost no time in trying out the metal wedge and managed to split quite a pile of logs before I'd had enough.
    1.3 (shape) a wedge of troops tropas formadas en cuña a wedge of cheese/cake un trozo grande de queso/pastel
  • 2 2.1wedge (heel) tacón (m) de cuña or (Col) tacón (m) corrido or (Ven) cubano, taco (m) terraplén (Chi) or (Arg) chino 2.2 (shoe) zapato (m) con tacón de cuña ( or corrido etc)
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    • The look that dominated the '70s has women trading in their high heels for wedges that are casual and often more comfortable.
    • Show your toes with strappy flats, heels or wedges.
    • Weekends at the beach call for designer wedges.
  • 3 (in golf) wedge (m) (hierro de cara con mucho ángulo)
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    • There's enough loft on a wedge when the shaft sits perpendicular to the ground.
    • But then you look at the pros on TV, and they always seem to pull out a pitching wedge or sand iron and chip it from just off the green.
    • Decide if you need a wedge with a loft between your sand wedge and pitching wedge.

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There are 2 translations of wedge in Spanish:

wedge2

vt

  • 1.1 (secure) to wedge a door open ponerle* una cuña or un calce a una puerta para que no se cierre 1.2 (squeeze) meter (a presión) she was wedged between two fat men estaba apretujada entre dos gordos (sin poderse mover)
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    • ‘I could not see my mother at first but she had wedged herself under the table so she was all right,’ she said.
    • One larger sized doctor finally wedged himself between them and pushed them apart.
    • She wedged herself as far as she could into the cavity.

Phrasal verbs

wedge in

v + o + adv, v + adv + o
meter I was wedged in between two cars and I couldn't pull out estaba atascado entre dos coches y no podía salir

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Word of the day cerviz
f
nape of the neck …