Definition of "wadge" [wadge]

  • (noun) thick slice of bread

Use "wadge" in a sentence

  • "It's been successful in chimpanzees, but that species naturally leaves behind a perfect sample, a "wadge" a word coined by Dr. Jane Goodall of uneaten food."
  • "Now WYP has been given a wadge of money by Arts Council England to open up its building and invite in new artists with new ways of working, then share what it discovers with other theatres."
  • "I work for BGCA and the problem is the people that have been working there for years are still making minimum wadge when she is taking home so much money how is that fair?"

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