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Definition of tronk



  • Jail or prison, the slammer.
    Cops took a man straight to tronk over that domestic late last night.

    Last edited on Oct 22 2007. Submitted by Dean M. from Durban, South Africa on Oct 22 2007.

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Definitions include: when a person confuses their right and left, used to mockingly inform them.
Definitions include: Someone who acts stupid or does stupid things
Definitions include: having undergarments or pants stuck painfully in one's "butt crack".
Definitions include: short for "what's up?" as in "what's happening with you?" or "hello."
Definitions include: to show.
Definitions include: used to express annoyance at someone's mention or suggestion of X.
Definitions include: to substantially increase one's investment in or focus on.
Definitions include: to put pressure on someone to get information.
Definitions include: misspelling of "crackin'".
Definitions include: a drug dealer.

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