(v. transitive) To passionately acquire, consume or devour something which satisfies a deep, almost primitive urge (v. intransitive) To imply the satisfaction of a primitive urge depending upon the physical context or location.
(v. transitive) Dude, I'm starving, let's go thrangle some burgers. After years of driving that piece of junk, she totally thrangled great new car. I totally thrangled his idea.
(v. intransitive) We went to the restaurant and thangled. They thrangled last night in the bedroom.
(v.) To passionately acquire, consume or devour something. To imply the satisfaction of a primitive urge based upon the context.
Dude, I'm starving....let's go thrangle some burgers. We went to the bar and thrangled some drinks. After few drinks he took her home where they thrangled.