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Definition of tronk

tronk

noun

  • 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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