Other definitions for narco- (2 of 2)
a combining form meaning “stupor,” “narcosis,” used in the formation of compound words: narcodiagnosis.
- Also especially before a vowel, narc-.
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How to use narco in a sentence
This house on Parsioneros, after all, was only one of many such narco-tombs in Juarez, known as narcofosas.An Informant, a Missing American, and Juarez’s House of Death: Inside the 12-Year Cold Case of David Castro | Bill Conroy | January 6, 2015 | THE DAILY BEAST
Most coverage of Santa Muerte has focused on her role as a narco-saint.America’s Fastest Growing Death Holiday Is From Mexico | Michael Schulson | November 1, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Quintero looks at narco blogs that get updated at least once every 30 minutes, he says, all day, every day.Are Narcocorrido Mexican Drug Ballads Really That Bad? | Jimmy So | November 24, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
Go and watch it—it is included in the new documentary narco Cultura, by photographer and filmmaker Shaul Schwartz.Are Narcocorrido Mexican Drug Ballads Really That Bad? | Jimmy So | November 24, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
“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 | THE DAILY BEAST
He recognized the latest model lie-detector, a rather outdated narco-synthesizer, a Class B Psychocomputer.Evil Out of Onzar | Mark Ganes
Under narco-hypnosis, they'll testify that they saw a couple of Wizard Traders take their robes off.
Why, if we give all those people in the pictures narco-hyps, we won't learn the base-line designation; none of them will know it.
"A few Councilmen are going to drop dead before they can be narco-hypped," Dalla prophesied over the rim of her glass.
We must stand by democracies--like Colombia, fighting narco-traffickers for its people's lives, and our children's lives.
British Dictionary definitions for narco-
indicating numbness or torpor: narcolepsy
connected with or derived from illicit drug production: narcoeconomies
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