to become involved in a fight, esp. with two lots of large opposing groups of people.
Terrence had stepped on his toes, so he asked him if he wanted to tangle.

"Oh my! The rutherford posse and the anti-rutherford posse are tangling/having a tangle outside my window and I can't get to sleep!"
by Fridge December 07, 2004
Sapporo Teriyaki in Bellevue, WA makes delicious spicy rectangles of flattened chicken. These sweet meats are referred to as "tangles."
"Wanna go get some Tangles?"
"Fridaytangles?" (means do you want to eat at Sapporo Teriyaki on Friday?)
by Scott Steffy January 10, 2005
The term for a group of dog walkers. (e.g., a herd of elephants, a pride of lions, a murder of crows, a tangle of dog walkers)
Walking down the sidewalk in Gramercy Park, I passed a tangle of dog walkers who happened to meet up. There were four dog walkers and like 20 dogs.
by Suzanthra May 14, 2014
to become interlocked,so much so it's usually unseperable
my shoelace & my necklace are tangled
by Christine A young January 16, 2004
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