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nark

noun \ ˈnärk \

Definition of nark

British

Origin and Etymology of nark

perhaps from Romany nak nose


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nark

noun

Less common spelling of

slang
:a person (such as a government agent) who investigates narcotics violations

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nark

verb

Definition of nark

transitive verb
British

Examples of nark in a Sentence

  1. during the war some of the British were narked by their American allies, who were perceived as arrogant

Origin and Etymology of nark

origin unknown


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