One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘They tracked, tranked, and treated the elephant.’
- ‘Whenever he takes them out of their bag, they look all limp and tranked up.’
- ‘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.’
- ‘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.’
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