nark

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To stop

Nark it! I hear someone coming!.

To annoy or irritate

It really narks me when people smoke in restaurants.

A narcotics law enforcement officer
A police spy or informer

It’s a—well, it’s a copper’s nark, as you might say. What else would you call it? A sort of informer.

To serve or behave as a spy or informer
To complain

He narks in my ear all day, moaning about his problems.

{i} narc, government officer who enforces restrictions on illegal drugs; informer, stool pigeon (British usage); bothersome person, annoying person (Australian usage)
a lawman concerned with narcotics violations
Variant of narc. To be an informer. someone who is friendly with criminals and who secretly tells the police about their activities = informer
an informer or spy working for the police inform or spy (for the police)
an informer or spy working for the police
cause annoyance in; disturb, especially by minor irritations; "Mosquitoes buzzing in my ear really bothers me"; "It irritates me that she never closes the door after she leaves"
inform or spy (for the police)
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Alternative spelling of nark. – to inform authorities of the illicit actions of others that one has knowledge of as an insider

“If you narc on me, I’ll rip your arms off”, said Tim to his little brother, as he passed him a cigarette.

narc
To suffer from impaired judgment due to nitrogen narcosis (e.g. while scuba diving)
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Alternative spelling of nark. – A person who notifies authorities of illicit activity, betraying someone in the process
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Originally, police informer (sp "Nark"); now, narcotics agent of any police or treasury force
narc
a narcotics squad police officer
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to inform authorities of the illict actions of others that one has knowledge of as an insider
narc
A law enforcement officer who deals with narcotics violations. a police officer who deals with the problem of illegal drugs (narcotic agent). to secretly tell the police about someone else's criminal activities, especially activities involving illegal drugs
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a person who notifies authorities of illicit activity, betraying someone in the process
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{i} police officer from the narcotics division; undercover agent from the narcotics division who works as an informant (Slang)
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narc
a lawman concerned with narcotics violations
narked
{s} (Slang) annoyed
narked
Someone who is narked is annoyed about something. He's probably narked because he didn't see the ad himself. = annoyed. angry about something someone has done (nark (1800-1900), from nark (19-20 centuries), from nak )
narked
past of nark
narking
present participle of nark
narks
plural of , nark
narks
third-person singular of nark
nark
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