Other definitions for trank (2 of 2)
the piece of leather from which one glove is cut.
the cut or shaped trank, not including thumb, gussets, and fourchettes.
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How to use trank in a sentence
Edwards and trank will direct the as yet unnamed Star Wars spin offs scheduled for 2016 and 2018.‘Star Wars’ Director Rian Johnson May Bring Balance to the Force | Rich Goldstein | June 21, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
StarWars.com recently announced the hiring of trank for another one of the spin-off films.The Cult of Boba Fett: The ‘Star Wars’ Bounty Hunter’s Spin-Off | Rich Goldstein | June 5, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
trank, trangk, n. an oblong piece of skin from which the pieces for a glove are cut.
In front of the young man, on the table, were a glass, a bottle of Mai-trank and an illustrated paper.Cape of Storms | Percival Pollard
"On the trank again," Freddy grumbled, but Joe sensed he wasn't particularly amused.Frigid Fracas | Dallas McCord Reynolds
"I hope every fracas buff in North America chokes on his trank pills," he snarled.Frigid Fracas | Dallas McCord Reynolds
The trank must be so cut as to have just enough leather to make a glove of a certain size and number.