American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Narcotrafficking.
- n. traffic in illegal drugs
“Who are these two people "caught up in the world of 'narcotraffic'"?”
“A study by the Mexican Council for Law and Human Rights indicates that 90% of the people who have been victims of kidnapping or attacks have had no links to narcotraffic or other criminal activities.”
“Quote | Reply | Private Reply The narcotraffic really doesn't affect the lives of most who live in Michoacan, and that includes the foreigners, at least no more than the issues of drug use affects those who live in the U.S.”
“If the international community does not help Colombia now, in 2012 our country will truly belong to the international narcotraffic mafia, and the whole civilized world will be narcotized.”
“The narco-guerrilla who exists in Colombia derives his power from kidnappings, terrorism and narcotraffic.”
“QUESTION: On border security, has the president any specific idea, in terms of combat the narcotraffic in the border with Mexico, and the fact that in the last couple of months have been reports of an increase of drug smuggling from Mexico to the United States?”
“He considers it necessary to revise the strategy of combatting narcotraffic by the State because, beyond the effective results, they shouldn't put the lives of innocent people at risk.”
“In Tegucigalpa, retired general Julian Aristides Gonzalez, head of the country's agency against narcotraffic, was killed in a car-to-car gunfire assault early this morning.”
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