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macho

[mah-choh]
adjective
1.
having or characterized by qualities considered manly, especially when manifested in an assertive, self-conscious, or dominating way.
2.
having a strong or exaggerated sense of power or the right to dominate.
noun, plural machos.
3.
Also, machoism. assertive or aggressive manliness; machismo.
4.
an assertively virile, dominating, or domineering male.

Origin:
1925–30, Americanism < Spanish: literally, male < Latin masculus; see masculine

antimacho, adjective
supermacho, noun, plural supermachos.
unmacho, adjective

male, masculine, macho (see synonym study at male).
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macho (ˈmætʃəʊ)
 
adj
1.  denoting or exhibiting pride in characteristics believed to be typically masculine, such as physical strength, sexual appetite, etc
 
n , machos
2.  a man who displays such characteristics
 
[C20: from Spanish: male; see machismo]

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macho
1928 (n.) "tough guy," from Sp. macho "male animal," as an adj., "masculine, virile," from L. masculus (see masculine). First attested in Eng. as an adj. 1959.
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Science Dictionary
MACHO   (mä'chō)  Pronunciation Key 
Short for massive astrophysical compact halo object.Any of various massive dark objects, such as a brown dwarf star, black hole, or large planet, found in a galactic halo. MACHOs are thought to make up at least a part of the dark matter that apparently pervades much of the universe.
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Cultural Dictionary
macho [(mah-choh)]

The often exaggerated, aggressive virility of a male: “Jim likes to wear a torn T-shirt and a black leather jacket when he rides his motorcycle. I guess he thinks it makes him look macho.” The original Spanish word means “male.”

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MACHO
massive astrophysical compact halo object
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