1. доносчик, шпион, информатор (особенно для полиции);
2. жалобщик, ворчун, нытик; 3. изводить, придираться, надоедать, досаждать

his questiones narked me a bit – его вопросы мне порядком надоели

Australian slang. 2013.

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