Or narc

(n) an informant or snitch, especially related to drugs

(v) to inform upon

Short for narcotics informant. In the 1960-70s, drug users were paranoid about hangers-on who would turn them in to the authorities. Narks could be undercover narcotics officers or simply people recruited as informants.

Original usage was specific to those who gave evidence about illegal drugs. Since then, can refer to anyone who informs against others.
Don't smoke around Terry. I think he's a nark.

They told him he could get off without charges if he would nark out the others.
Por Charlieq 05 de diciembre de 2010
Verb: to get someone high or to feel high
"Fuck! I am all narked from this codeine!"
Por Dane Miller 09 de noviembre de 2008
a muthafukin cop who pretends to b down, until s/he busts ur ass 4 doin sumthin illegal
u a nark bitch
Por muthafuka 11 de abril de 2003
someone who tells or rats u out
That Bitch narked on me 2 the cops
Por Vanessa (Fla) 02 de enero de 2003
1. Someone who tells on you to a higher authority
2. A tattle tale
3. A bitch
4. No one likes them, they suck at tennis.
5. A snitch(not the Harry Potter kind)
1. Jeanette is such a nark, she told my mom I smoked crack!
Por sidekick pimp 16 de marzo de 2008
ok. a nark can eather be someone who tells the cops that you got drugs or a nark can be some looser.

you see that simpsons episode where homer tries to be a hippi? he called marge a Nark?

and, in the movie Goodfellas the guy gets busted for having all that spank buy a bunch of narks.
Por Karl 06 de marzo de 2003
A narcontics officer. Usally working under cover to bust drug users and dealers.
Yo' i think that dude is a nark man, he was all talking into this radio and stuff.
Por Sean(creeps) 04 de diciembre de 2005

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