Originally intoxication-speak for a late-night, greasy, fast food hamburger.
Its use is now being widely adopted to refer to hamburgers purchased at any time or place.
1. burgle - n. single hamburger.
2. burgler - n.pl. one who pursues burgles. a mulltitude of burgles. the concept of multiplicity and burgles. also refers to the general state of burgleness.

A. I'm drunk and hungry. Let's get a burgle and fries. B. Cool, I'm gonna get a double-burgler with cheese.

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  • burgle — burgle, burglarize Burgle is a BrE back formation from burglar; burglarize, although the regular word in AmE, is treated with the same disapproval on this side of the Atlantic as burgle once was …   Modern English usage

  • burgle — urgle v. [by back formation from burglar.] to commit a burglary; to enter and rob a dwelling. Syn: burglarize, heist. [WordNet 1.5] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • burgle — bur·gle / bər gəl/ vt bur·gled, bur·gling: burglarize Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …   Law dictionary

  • burgle — 1872, verbal back formation from BURGLAR (Cf. burglar) (q.v.). Pp. burgled is attested from 1880 …   Etymology dictionary

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  • burgle — UK [ˈbɜː(r)ɡ(ə)l] / US [ˈbɜrɡ(ə)l] verb [transitive] Word forms burgle : present tense I/you/we/they burgle he/she/it burgles present participle burgling past tense burgled past participle burgled British to enter a building and steal things I… …   English dictionary

  • burgle — transitive verb (burgled; burgling) Etymology: back formation from burglar Date: 1870 burglarize …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • burgle — /berr geuhl/, v.t., v.i., burgled, burgling. to burglarize. [1870 75; back formation from BURGLAR] * * * …   Universalium

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