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nark

1. noun Someone who acts as an informer or spy for an authority figure, especially law enforcement. The FBI offered to let me avoid jail time if I agreed to be a nark for them. I can't believe you told Mom and Dad! Why do you have to be such a nark?
2. verb To act as an informer or spy for an authority figure. It turned out that she had been narking on the cartel for years. Don't nark on them, Tommy—no one likes a snitch!

narked

(nɑrkt)
mod. annoyed. (Usually with at or with.) He’s really narked at us.
See also: nark
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Clr Scullion said: "I am a bit narked about the lack of travel times from specific areas."
Mr Wells, a former diving instructor in Thailand, said: "Every diver gets narked at some point, and knows just what the effects of it can be.
It doesn't take too long before Mr Gerrard is getting narked off with making those runs back towards his own goal, having had nothing to show for it.
Since we last saw them, Rachel (Jones) has been in London on her Vice secondment, but neglected to stay in touch with Janet (Sharp), who's narked.
So by the time he strapped on his guitar, punters were a little narked. Ten minutes in, they were - to quote his song title - Delirious.
He gets narked over a game of darts with Steve and tells him "to play the white man" - a remark that immediately infuriates Lloyd and his daughter Jenna.
Peugeots, Porsches, on patched up pavements parked, Beetles, Beamers and Bentleys getting pretty narked.
Maybe the home side was narked by the dogged last-wicket stand between Clarke and Boyd Rankin which expited the monumental moment.
The idea you might kick up a stink because Dai is narked about you spending pounds 400 is, frankly, ridiculous.
"At the minute it's tough for me to deal with and I feel very bitter, twisted, narked, angry and upset."
McCarthy said: "I am very bitter and twisted and sore and narked and angry and upset and everything else.
SUNDAY Mercury columnist Williamson talks about 'provoking another narked letter from that stroppy bloke at the Police Federation'.
The Aussies, narked at losing to Pakistan even though the real deal doesn't come until Saturday at Lord's in the final, are 2-5 to beat England yet again.
He said: "I get a bit narked with commentators who are ex-cops or retired cops flapping their gums about what they think is wrong.
"I don't think another country should be narked by the fact we have got these players because they are good, quality players and this is a great opportunity for us.