mack

1
[ mak ]
/ mæk /
Slang.

noun

a pimp.

verb (used without object)

to flirt with or make sexual advances toward someone (often followed by on): They spend their nights macking on the ladies.

Origin of mack

1
1885–90; by shortening of mackerel pimp < Middle French; see mackerel

Definition for mack (2 of 4)

mack

2
[ mak ]
/ mæk /

noun Informal.

Definition for mack (3 of 4)

Mack

[ mak ]
/ mæk /

noun

Con·nie [kon-ee] /ˈkɒn i/, Cornelius McGillicuddy, 1862–1956, U.S. baseball player and manager.
a male given name.

Definition for mack (4 of 4)

mac

2

or mack

[ mak ]
/ mæk /

noun Informal.

a mackintosh.

Origin of mac

2
shortened form
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British Dictionary definitions for mack (1 of 5)

mack

1
/ (mæk) /

noun

British informal a variant spelling of mac short for mackintosh (def. 1), mackintosh (def. 3)

British Dictionary definitions for mack (2 of 5)

mack

2
/ (mæk) /

noun

slang a pimp

Word Origin for mack

C19: shortened from obsolete mackerel, from Old French, of uncertain origin

British Dictionary definitions for mack (3 of 5)

Mac

1
/ (mæk) /

noun

mainly US and Canadian an informal term of address to a man

Word Origin for Mac

C20: abstracted from Mac-, prefix of Scottish surnames

British Dictionary definitions for mack (4 of 5)

MAC


abbreviation for

multiplexed analogue component: a transmission coding system for colour television using satellite broadcasting

British Dictionary definitions for mack (5 of 5)

mac

mack

/ (mæk) /

noun

British informal short for mackintosh (def. 1), mackintosh (def. 3)
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