Meaning of thrang in English:

thrang

Pronunciation /θraŋ/

adjective

  • 1Scottish, Northern English Extremely crowded or full.

    ‘it was thrang with a cool student crowd’
    • ‘Our glens were thrang with the laughter of children and the lowing of cattle.’
    • ‘The diary describes the area as thrang with Scots mercenaries.’
    • ‘The letters pages of newspapers are thrang with diatribes on both sides.’
    1. 1.1Very busy.
      ‘she had another grumble at how thrang she was’
      • ‘He's that thrang somewhere abroad he hasn't time.’
      • ‘He is always very thrang, as there's always something to be seen to.’
      • ‘We're terribly driven, since trade grew so thrang.’

Origin

Late Middle English thrang, gethrang ‘crowd, tumult’, related to throng.