What does Narc mean?


When we talk about ‘Narc’, we’re usually discussing either a person or an action. This slang term is commonly used to describe someone who exposes another person’s wrongdoings. But it can also mean the act of reporting these wrongdoings.

For instance, if Bob tells the teacher that Alice cheated on her test, Bob is a ‘Narc’. In the same way, if John reports to his boss about Jane’s late arrivals to work, John is said to have ‘Narced’ on Jane.

It’s like being a tattle tale. If you’re the person who can’t keep a secret or always feels the need to report others’ mistakes, you might be referred to as a ‘Narc’.

So next time when you hear someone use the term ‘Narc’, you’ll know exactly what they mean. It’s all about reporting on others, either as a person or an action.

Example for using ‘Narc’ in a conversation

Hey, did you hear about what happened at the party last night? πŸŽ‰

Yeah, someone told the teacher that we were drinking. πŸ€¦β€β™‚οΈ

Ugh, what a Narc! Can’t believe they would do that. πŸ™„

I know, right? They ruined the fun for everyone. πŸ˜’