noun, plural nar·cos. Slang.
Words nearby narco
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Example sentences from the Web for narco
Quintero looks at narco blogs that get updated at least once every 30 minutes, he says, all day, every day.
Go and watch it—it is included in the new documentary Narco Cultura, by photographer and filmmaker Shaul Schwartz.
“If you take a narco out, another one will come forward,” he said.As Drug War Continues, Mexico Celebrates Its Deceased|Teresa Puente|November 2, 2012|DAILY BEAST
And the next generation of narco subs may be even harder to spot.
The next generation of narco subs, Montoya says, will be piloted remotely like unmanned aerial vehicles.