One of the simple machines; A piece of material, such as metal or wood, thick at one edge and tapered to a thin edge at the other for insertion in a narrow crevice, used for splitting, tightening, securing, or levering (w:Wedge (mechanical device), Wikipedia article).
(context, colloquial, UK) A quantity of money.
I made a big fat from that job.
(archaic) A flank of cavalry acting to split some portion of an opposing army, charging in an inverted V formation.
A group of goose, geese or swans when they are in flight in a V formation.
verb (wedges, wedging, wedged)
To support or secure using a wedge.
I wedged open the window with a screwdriver.
To force into a narrow gap.
He had wedged the package between the wall and the back of the sofa.
To work wet clay by cutting or knead, kneading for the purpose of homogenizing the mass and expelling air bubbles.
Light, having a mixture of frequencies, being perceived as having no specific colour; such as sunlight.