There are 2 main translations of mac in Spanish

: mac1Mac2

mac1

amigo, n.

Pronunciation /mæk//mak/

noun

informal

  • 1also Mac
    US

    amigo informal
  • 2British

    (raincoat)
    impermeable masculine
    plastic mac impermeable de plástico masculine
    • And the finale complete with yellow macs, umbrellas and of course - rain - was well worth waiting for.
    • It all began with the return of the mac last year when simple, A-line waterproofs became all the rage.
    • We thought fast food was what you have in Lent, a big mac was an oversize raincoat, and crumpet we had for tea.
    • Would-be commandos are deployed in groups of up to six, each kitted out in drab macs, assigned a specific target to track down and led into the isolation of a fabric tent.
    • RACHEL WEISZ skips into the cafe like someone from a Seventies perfume ad, with her belted mac and tweed cap and tumbling raven curls.
    • But you can arm yourself with umbrellas and macs to keep the rain away.
    • The audience is made to feel like a bunch of Peeping Toms, leering grimly through the upturned collars of their grubby macs into the love lives of the rich and famous.
    • Although we are always going to get visitors who wear those hideous yellow rain macs, we do have visitors who are stylish and we want to encourage more of them.
    • The mood is all about luxury, from fine touch cashmere and belted suede shirt dresses to candy coloured silk mix macs and cropped band box smart jackets.
    • However, plastic macs are on sale at the shop - a comfort that was denied the poor old groundlings of 1599.
    • This can only mean that Martine McCutcheon must own a Burberry mac too, hence minus points.
    • In wellies and rustling macs around 1,500 spectators arrived at Saturday's Lowick Show, matching last year's crowd that took to the showfield in sunnier climes.
    • But that led to problems on the shoplifting front; you see, the macs were behind the counter.
    • The chorus is made up of love's losers - life's trainspotters, who wear macs and binoculars and narrate this tale.
    • Those planning to go to Blackpool or North Wales for the bank holiday are most likely to need their macs and umbrellas with the coast and hills favourites for a shower.
    • I'm sure people have this perception that it's all creepy old guys in rain macs - but it's not.
    • Because of the rain I've had to wear it with my Burberry mac, but it goes with it, so all is not lost.
    • That's only just enough time to round up the gear and the children, find fleeces and macs and wellingtons, and get everyone into the car.
    • Also decaying is the seaside town, evoked by changeable weather, plastic macs, ice-cream parlours and ‘folk’ entertainers.
    • There probably won't be a single mac or trilby hat in sight at the Novotel on Saturday, he said.

There are 2 main translations of mac in Spanish

: mac1Mac2

Mac2

Mac, n.

Pronunciation /mæk//mak/

noun

Computing
trademark

  • 1

    Mac masculine informal trademark
    Mac feminine Spain informal trademark
    on a Mac en una Mac Spain trademark
    • I have been developing software for the Mac for over 20 years.
    • Lest everyone think me a Luddite, I ordered my first Mac in January 1984.
    • The appeal of a low cost Mac isn't hard to see.
    • During this time, your old Mac remains a valuable backup resource.
    • Choosing not to develop for the Mac, then, is choosing for your company to eventually die.