Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun Narcotrafficking.

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  • noun traffic in illegal drugs

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Who are these two people "caught up in the world of 'narcotraffic'"?

    The Line/La Línea

  • Who are these two people "caught up in the world of 'narcotraffic'"?

    The Line/La Línea

  • Who are these two people "caught up in the world of 'narcotraffic'"?

    The Line/La Línea

  • 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.

    Most victims of violent crime in Mexico not connected with narcotics

  • 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.

    Most victims of violent crime in Mexico not connected with narcotics

  • 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.

    Most victims of violent crime in Mexico not connected with narcotics

  • 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.

    Most victims of violent crime in Mexico not connected with narcotics

  • 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.

    Safety in Michoacan

  • 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.

    Safety in Michoacan

  • 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.

    Safety in Michoacan

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