Definitions for narknɑrk

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary


  1. Brit. Slang. a stool pigeon or informer.

    Category: British

Origin of nark:

1860–65; < Romany nāk nose


  1. Category: Criminal Law, Status (usage)

    Ref: narc . 1

Princeton's WordNet

  1. nark, copper's nark(noun)

    an informer or spy working for the police

  2. narc, nark, narcotics agent(verb)

    a lawman concerned with narcotics violations

  3. annoy, rag, get to, bother, get at, irritate, rile, nark, nettle, gravel, vex, chafe, devil(verb)

    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"

  4. nark(verb)

    inform or spy (for the police)


  1. nark(Noun)

    A police spy or informer.

  2. nark(Noun)

    (US, slang) (or narc) A narcotics law enforcement officer.

  3. nark(Verb)

    To annoy or irritate.

    It really narks me when people smoke in restaurants.

  4. nark(Verb)

    To stop.

    Nark it! I hear someone coming!

  5. nark(Verb)

    To serve or behave as a spy or informer.

  6. nark(Verb)

    To complain.

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

  7. Origin: From nak.

Anagrams of nark

  1. ARNK

  2. Knar


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