- n an informer or spy working for the police
- n a lawman concerned with narcotics violations
- v cause annoyance in; disturb, especially by minor irritations
- v inform or spy (for the police)
- From there nark will be able to reach almost all worthwhile targets in heartland Russia.
- One of them was Jonathan Wild, an energetic, 29-year-old bucklemaker and bailiff's nark whose sole distinction before his imprisonment was that he had accumulated debts of 61 6.
- So the girl turns him into the law, and the law turns him into a copper's nark.
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- STING 2
After finding a needle he suspected was used to shoot meth, STING Unit Det. Kevin Klein swabs the inside with a Nark II swipe. The swipes allow officers to test for suspected drug residue immediately in the field, rather than waiting on lab results.
June 29, 2013 - Sedalia Democrat
- Mark Waugh in NEWS.com.au
He is irrelevant to us. All my club members are very nice people and we have hundreds of them and they come to functions and they are more than happy. We have this one nark,Mrs Waugh said.