Nark in spanish

Soplón

pronunciation: soʊploʊn part of speech: noun
In gestures

nark = exasperar, enojar, enfadar, cabrear. 

Example: They may have been mates since school but sometimes Steve really narked him.

more:

» get + narked = enojarse, enfadarse, cabrearse.

Example: I don't get narked by many things but this has really gotten to me and the service was appalling.

» nark + Nombre + out = delatar, denunciar, chivarse de, dar un soplo, dar un chivatazo.

Example: The FBI hired a guy as an agent provacateur who told some Muslims to go to Iraq and kill people, and when they decided he was right he narked them out and they were thrown in prison.
Nark synonyms:
vex in spanish: vejar, pronunciation: veks part of speech: verb devil in spanish: diablo, pronunciation: devəl part of speech: noun bother in spanish: molestia, pronunciation: bɑðɜr part of speech: verb rag in spanish: trapo, pronunciation: ræg part of speech: noun nettle in spanish: ortiga, pronunciation: netəl part of speech: noun gravel in spanish: grava, pronunciation: grævəl part of speech: noun annoy in spanish: molestar, pronunciation: ənɔɪ part of speech: verb rile in spanish: sacar de quicio, pronunciation: raɪl part of speech: verb irritate in spanish: irritar, pronunciation: ɪrɪteɪt part of speech: verb narc in spanish: traficante de drogas, pronunciation: nɑrk part of speech: noun get to in spanish: llegar a, pronunciation: gettu part of speech: verb get at in spanish: llegar a, pronunciation: getæt part of speech: verb narcotics agent in spanish: agente de narcóticos, pronunciation: nɑrkɑtɪkseɪdʒənt part of speech: noun
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