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Mac

noun uk   us   /mæk/

Mac noun (MAN)

[as form of address] US informal used when speaking to a man whose name you do not know: Hey, Mac, watch where you're going!

Mac noun (COMPUTER)

[C] (also (Apple) Macintosh) trademark a common type of computer: You can write up your report on the Mac.
Translations of “Mac”
in Arabic مِعْطَف…
in Korean 우비…
in Malaysian mac…
in Turkish yağmurluk…
in Italian impermeabile…
in Chinese (Traditional) 雨衣, 雨披…
in Russian непромокаемый плащ…
in Polish deszczowiec, płaszcz przeciwdeszczowy…
in Vietnamese áo mưa…
in Portuguese casaco impermeável, capa de chuva…
in Thai แมคอินทอช…
in Catalan impermeable…
in Japanese (防水の)レインコート…
in Indonesian mac…
in Chinese (Simplified) 雨衣, 雨披…
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