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maccas - Fast food restaurant, McDonald's.

e.g., Let's go to maccas for a fat burger.

submitted by melanie

maccies - Low quality food. McDonald's, etc.

e.g., Kids, I'm not feeding you any more maccies.

submitted by J Ella Smith

maccy d's - McDonald's.

e.g., "Wanna go for a Maccy D's?" "No thanks, I'd rather chew on reconstituted sawdust." "Then you're in. That's what they serve."

submitted by matthew

macguyver - Completely unbelievable, such as making a tank out of a VW Bug with only a lighter and a Swiss Army knife. originated in Philadelphia PA circa 1985

e.g., Sorry, Chris, your story is just another MacGuyver.

submitted by Keith

macgyverize - Ingenious -- for inventions contrived in desperate situations (TV's MacGyver.)

e.g., Our trip across Canada in our '62 Valiant required us to MacGyverize the broken fan belt several times.

submitted by fredwick

macha - A female acting in a stereotypical male manner. Not necessarily an indicator of butch lesbianism.

e.g., Did you see that drunk macha chick punch the guy that made fun of her truck?

submitted by tom - (www)

macheography - (Rhymes with MACK-(or MOCK)-bee-DOG-ruff-ee; n.) A formal word for fight choreogaphy. In fact, it's from the Greek μάχη mache "battle" + γÏάφω grapho "write" (just like choreography comes from χοÏός choros "dance" + grapho "write.") Occurred to me after I submitted "swordeography" (q.v.), a word suggested by a child (and it's a cool word, honestly); mine's just his word in Greek. Doubtless it's my linguistic arrogance. Still, "macheography": it sounds good.

e.g., Have you ever seen "Hero"? That show's got some amazing macheography.

submitted by Scott M. Ellsworth - (www)

machinachoreary - Relating to a dancing game machine such as a DDR Machine. Pronounced: MOCK een a 'CORE ee air ee.

e.g., The arcade's machinachoreary profits for the year were $10,000, and their racing games only made $2,000.

submitted by Matt

macho grande - An event you have witnessed that you can never get over. From Airplane II when the witness says to the attorney, "No, I don't think I'll ever get over Macho Grande. Those wounds run . . . pretty deep."

e.g., Mickey: Losing my wife to my best friend when I was in Vietnam was macho grande for me. Donald: What happened when you got back? Mickey: I divorced her. At first my lawyer told me insanity wasn't grounds for divorce. Then I told him no that wasn't what I meant when I said she was fucking Goofy.

submitted by John Davenport

macho madness - A very awesome time. Very, very cool.

e.g., My party is gunna be macho madness.

submitted by alex

machocosm - A microcosm that is aggressively keen to prove it is a macrocosm.

e.g., The Big Bang was an explosive machocosm.

submitted by Hooty McBob

macholatry - Worship of machismo. Could be original.

e.g., We're on the verge of a social recividism -- a return to macholatry, if you will. | Try though he will, President Bush is not the man to be calling for macholatry.

submitted by HD Fowler - (www)

machos - Nachos with extra chillis. Nachos . . . for MEN.

e.g., Yeah, uh, popcorn, two hotdogs, and machos, please.

submitted by Alistair

macintosh - A computer far mightier than any other known to man. This is recognised only by the incredibly clever and the extremly wealthy. Luckily they don't mind pointing this out to the not so fortunate or clever.

e.g., An iBook is an example of a Macintosh.

submitted by misora

mack - A term used to describe broadly any sexual experience.

e.g., Betty Sue hasn't got her mack on in a long time. Baby got mack?

submitted by ~andrea~

mack - Mack-Verb: To pick up a girl, using your verbal skills.

e.g., Tim and I are going to hit the bars tonight to mack on some ladies.

submitted by andrew rowe

mack daddy - the newest, hippist, coolest

e.g., that car is the mack daddy!

submitted by Ginberry

mackalicious - Guaranteed to attract the opposite sex.

e.g., That rusted-out, olive green '64 Plymouth Valiant of yours is one mackalicious ride.

submitted by Stefczo!

macked - A state of being dinged, scratched, or otherwise damaged by abuse or neglect

e.g., I can't believe we have to move again. Our furniture is already macked.

submitted by Loren Alldrin

mackenzie - Someone who always blames someone for doing something she didn't do.

e.g., I didn't didn't throw that paper ball. You always blame me. You're a Mackenzie.

submitted by Andrew Heaslip

macker's - McDonald's.

e.g., Macker's kills animals for profit, but they sure have the best fries.

submitted by Michelle Trame

mackin - making out with

e.g., i was mackin out with bob all night long.

submitted by stacey

mackin' - Trying to get a member of the opposite sex.

e.g., "Look at Matt, he's mackin' on Jackie!"

submitted by Sam - (www)

mackle - Worthless objects and artwork made by children that can't be thrown out for sentimental reasons.

e.g., My desk drawers are so full of mackle that I store my work in boxes.

submitted by Jay Heinrichs - (www)

macloud - Someone who looks as if he's not from this era: longhaired, long coat (leather)a s if he lives in a medieval castle.

e.g., Look at the MacLoud on the corner.cI wonder where he hides his sword, and where he parked his horse.

submitted by ivo

macmac - A person who tends to be a little too enthusiastic about Macintosh computers.

e.g., Jed: Will Joe ever shut up about his choice of computer? We already know he uses a Mac. Fred: Whaddaya expect? Joe's a macmac.

submitted by Jon Calon - (www)

macrobian - Someone who is eternally worried about grades below an A, to the point of nightmares. The typical macrobian takes pure science, accelerated maths. and accounting (just in case).

e.g., The macrobian sat crying, this was the lowest A+ she had ever received.

submitted by Sam Helps

macrobony - (Accent is on the -bo-). Very or excessively bony, as some kinds of fish, a thin person with little muscle or fat, or perhaps an anorexic. Humorously, someone you might call "dense" or a "numbskull."

e.g., I'm glad that your baloney  Is not macrobony  Your dog is a coney  And it too is not phoney  What's become of your pony? 

submitted by Paul Edic - (www)

macroceph - Used as an epithet for someone with an extremely large head, short for "macrocephalous." Even shorter: macro and mac.

e.g., Hey, macroceph, better be careful or small objects will start orbiting your head.

submitted by Ariana Rizzitano.

macroleximorpheme - A large word for large words: macro = big, lexi = lexis = vocabulary, morpheme = word.

e.g., "Pulchritudinous" is a macroleximorpheme for "comely."

submitted by Logan Predy

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