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mac

noun \ˈmak\

Definition of MAC

British

Variants of MAC

mac or mack \ˈmak\

Examples of MAC

  1. <I'm glad the little nipper remembered his mac today, because it's supposed to rain.>

First Known Use of MAC

1901

Related to MAC

Synonyms
raincoat (or mack) [British], mackintosh (also macintosh) [chiefly British], oilskin, slicker, waterproof [chiefly British]

Other Clothing Terms

babushka, brogue, bumbershoot, cravat, dishabille, furbelow, layette, raiment, spectator

1Mac

noun \ˈmak\

—used to speak to a man who you do not know

Full Definition of MAC

:  fellow —used informally to address a man whose name is not known

Origin of MAC

Mac-, Mc-, patronymic prefix in Scottish and Irish surnames
First Known Use: circa 1918

2Mac

abbreviation

Definition of MAC

Machabees

Other Bible Terms

antediluvian, apocalyptic, apocrypha, behemoth

3Mac

abbreviation

Definition of MAC

Maccabees

Variants of MAC

Mac or Macc

Other Bible Terms

antediluvian, apocalyptic, apocrypha, behemoth

MAC

abbreviation

Definition of MAC

military airlift command

Other Aeronautics/Aerospace Terms

airway, apron, corridor, dirigible, fishtail, flat-hat, vector

mac

abbreviation    (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of MAC

macerate

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