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Big Mac attack

n. a sudden and desperate need for a Big Mac sandwich, a product of the McDonald’s restaurant chain. (Big Mac is a protected trade name of McDonald’s.) I feel a Big Mac attack coming on!
See also: attack, big, mac

mac out

in. to overeat, especially the type of food served at McDonald’s fast-food restaurants. (see also blimp out, pig out, pork out, scarf out.) I’ve been in Europe for a month, and I just want to get home and mac out.
See also: mac, out

Mac(k)

(mæk)
n. a generic name for a man. (Also a term of address.) Look, Mac, you want to make some big money?

Mac

verb
See Mack

mack

n. a pimp. (From mackerel, a form of which once had the meaning “broker.”) This gal’s mack was slapping her silly when the police came.