mack

1 [mak] Slang.

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

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mack

2 [mak]
noun Informal.
mac2.

Mack

[mak]
noun
1.
Connie [kon-ee] , (Cornelius McGillicuddy) 1862–1956, U.S. baseball player and manager.
2.
a male given name.
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mac or mack (mæk)
 
n
informal (Brit) mackintosh short for mackintosh
 
mack or mack
 
n

mack1 (mæk)
 
n
informal (Brit) a variant spelling of mac mackintosh short for mackintosh

mack2 (mæk)
 
n
slang a pimp
 
[C19: shortened from obsolete mackerel, from Old French, of uncertain origin]

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Mack
proprietary name for a brand of heavy automobile trucks, 1921 by International Motor Co., N.Y., N.Y., claiming use from 1911.
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