Definition of Trol
- the police. From the word "patrol".
There go trol.Through-out Putnam (especially), Duval, Clay, and St. Johns Counties in the State of Florida the word "trol" is used as a code word for police. When drug dealers are either attempting to make a drug sell or shooting dice someone would yell trol if they seen the police coming.
- An informant, a snitch.
So you gone put that in your pocket with Joey standing right there? You know he trol.When you call somebody other then a police officer trol you are calling them the police, which is another way to call somebody a snitch.
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