Definition of trank in English:

trank

Syllabification: trank
Pronunciation: /traNGk
 
/
(also tranq)

noun

Informal term for tranquilizer.
More example sentences
  • Did you get drugged with tranks, or were you really a real person to your family?
  • ‘Oh, come on, like it's really any different from human tranks,’ Fisher comforted, reaching the first floor.
  • Tammy dropped the clipboard and fired the trank gun she had hidden behind it, aiming for the neck, because a throat shot would take effect quicker.

Derivatives

tranked

adjective
More example sentences
  • This isn't what I was aiming for, I wanted to get looped but now my head is clanging and my belly is churning and I'm feeling surlier instead of tranked.
  • The mob is fighting the cleaners, and I'm so tranked on painkillers I don't know whether to shoot them or hug them.
  • Once my great aunt Katherine was diagnosed, they simply tranked her to the gills on morphine, and she never saw her own bed or home again.

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