Definition of narked in English:

narked

adjective

British
informal
  • Annoyed:

    ‘I was narked at being pushed around’
    • ‘This accolade was accompanied by the wonderful spectacle of dweeby scientists getting narked because they invent everything yet remain unloved and unglamorous.’
    • ‘The introduction of tabs was the point where I started to get a little narked.’
    • ‘I was a bit narked that the Italians didn't really do Pepsi, being monopolised by Coca Cola instead.’
    • ‘Now turned 70, he says he passes for mid-50s and is narked that I've pointed out a stiffness in his gait.’
    • ‘At that point I had yet to meet an atheist who wasn't narked by the whole thing - Chris Cooper had certainly not been impressed.’
    • ‘German newspapers were narked.’
    • ‘The NSA is particularly narked about the availability of super-strong encryption software, which makes its job of sticking its nose in everywhere much harder.’
    • ‘Reviewers, for instance, were narked that the special effects were not all that special.’
    • ‘Blair was particularly narked by its stinging criticism that his Government had been playing to its masters in Washington.’
    • ‘There were still narked at what the weather had done to their tracks and overhead cables and were holding up the commuters.’
    • ‘Working it out isn't that straightforward and I get narked when things interrupt the flow of the book.’
    • ‘This is when Wilson starts to get narked.’
    • ‘So I get a little narked and start going for my ear with the scissors in the same manner as one might angrily grab for a fly.’
    • ‘Ever the consummate professional, I turned up late, couldn't find the bar and was expecting Miss Vass to be a little narked by this.’
    • ‘He sounds suddenly narked.’
    • ‘Now I am somewhat narked about this.’
    • ‘Even second violinists in top quartets get a bit narked about this, apparently (some of them share the leading, of course.)’
    • ‘All this has got the genuine aromatherapists a bit narked.’
    • ‘Admitting to being narked appears to be another matter entirely.’
    • ‘Already narked off at having his progress interrupted, he would be angrily declaring that he definitely had had a travelcard.’
    irritated, cross, angry, vexed, exasperated, irked, piqued, displeased, put out, fed up, disgruntled, in a bad mood, in a temper, testy, in high dudgeon, huffy, in a huff, resentful, aggrieved
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Pronunciation:

narked

/nɑːkt/