wran•glePronunciation: (rang'gul), [key]
—v., -gled, -gling,
to argue or dispute, esp. in a noisy or angry manner.
to argue or dispute.
to tend or round up (cattle, horses, or other livestock).
to obtain, often by contrivance or scheming; wangle: He wrangled a job through a friend.
a noisy or angry dispute; altercation.
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