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nark

and narc (nɑrk)
1. n. a police informer. Fred is a nark. He squealed.
2. in. to inform (on someone) to the police; to squeal. (Often with on.) Don’t nark on me!
3. tv. to annoy someone. (see also narked.) Stop narking me!
4. n. any unpleasant person. Tell that narc to get lost.

narked

(nɑrkt)
mod. annoyed. (Usually with at or with.) He’s really narked at us.
See also: nark
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