mac

listen to the pronunciation of mac
Englisch - Türkisch
yağmurluk
arkadaş

Mac, benim arkadaşım. O, köpekleri çok sever. - Mac is my friend. He likes dogs very much.

Tom ve arkadaşlarının hepsinin MacBookları var. - Tom and his friends all have Macbooks.

zade
i., İng., k.dili. yağmurluk
maksimum kullanılabilecek konsantrasyon
pref. oğlu
oğlu
mac and cheese
(Gıda) (Macaroni and cheese) Fırında makarna ve peynir sosuyla hazırlanan bir tür yemek
mac and cheese
(Gıda) Makarna ve peynir sosuyla fırında hazırlanan bir tür yemek
mac os
(Bilgisayar) Macintosh İşletim Sistemi, kısaca Maç OS, Apple firması tarafından piyasaya sürülen işletim sistemi ailesidir. En son ana sürümü Maç OS X'tır. Maç OS ailesinde Maç OS 7, Maç OS 9 ve Maç OS X vardır
mac to prodos
Mac-ProDOS
mac. operating system
Mac. İşletim Sistemi
mac. owners guide
Mac. Kullanıcı Kitabı
mac. printing tools
Mac. Baskı Gereçleri
mac. system tools
Mac. Sistem Gereçleri
mack
yağmurluk
big mac
maç büyük
what is mac os x?
maç os x nedir?
arbitrary boundary mac method
(Askeri) keyfi sınırlı mac yöntemi
mack
i., İng., k.dili. yağmurluk
prodos to mac
ProDS-Mac
Türkisch - Türkisch
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Tuzlu su
Saban tutacağı
Birçok irlandalı ve iskoç soyadının önünde kullanılan ve oğlu anlamına gelen sözcük
Renk, aydınlık, ses ve eşzamanlama işaretlerinin sıkıştırılarak bir satır boyunca ayrı ayrı zamanlarda gönderildiği yeni TV yayın sistemi
Englisch - Englisch
Maximum Allowable Concentration, the maximum concentration of a pollutant which is considered harmless to healthy adults during their working hours, assuming they breathe uncontaminated air at all other times
magnetic accelerator cannon
Military Airlift Command, one of three former divisions of the airforce, the others being SAC and TAC
Media Access Control, that portion of Ethernet, 802.11 wireless, Bluetooth, FDDI, ATM, and Fiber Channel networks that controls which hardware devices have access to the media over which signals are sent
Multiply And Accumulate, a hardware module found in Digital Signal Processors which performs a multiplication and adds the result of that operation to an accumulator, in a single cycle. Used extensively in implementations of digital filters, transforms and codecs
Mean Aerodynamic Chord
Message Authentication Code
son of
Used to address a man whose name is unknown

Have you got a light, Mac?.

A diminutive of the male given name Max
A Macintosh computer (made by Apple Computer), or its operating system

Apple's popular commercials have painted the picture in stark terms: There are two types of people, Mac people and PC people.

one who uses Apple Mac products

I don't need your crappy software, I'm a Mac.

Short for mackintosh (a raincoat)
Short for macaroni

Is there any mac and cheese left?.

{n} an Irish or Scotch name for son
brand of personal computer that has a unique graphical operating system (manufactured by Apple Computer)
{i} first name
diminutive of Max
Diminutive of a Macintosh, a computer made by Apple Computer
The Apple Macintosh computer After the market leading PCs, the Mac is the most popular form of computer and is arguably superior in design, software and usability Frequently, those who have used a Mac prefer to stay with the machine but, until recently, the lack of compatibility with the PCs (produced by any number of companies based on the IBM model) has caused it to be left by the wayside to a degree
  Abbreviation for medium access control   See medium access control sublayer
Medium Access Control, a layer of the IEEE802 3 specification which defines framing and error detection
Medium Access Control A protocol operating at the data link layer used to manage a station’s access to the communication channel
1 Media Access Control
media access control
Media-Access Control Portion of the Data Link layer that controls access to the communication channel
Medium Access Control In a WLAN network card, the MAC is the radio controller protocol It corresponds to the ISO Network Model's level 2 Data Link layer The IEEE 802 11 standard specifies the MAC protocol for medium sharing, packet formatting and addressing, and error detection
A prefix, in names of Scotch origin, signifying son
a waterproof raincoat made of rubberized fabric
Media Access Control Lower of the two sublayers of the data link layer defined by the IEEE The MAC sublayer handles access to shared media, such as whether token passing or contention will be used See also data-link layer and LLC
raincoat, slicker (British slang)
Media-specific Access Control Protocol for controlling access at the data link Layer 2
A mac is a raincoat, especially one made from a particular kind of waterproof cloth. Military Airlift Command. Used as a form of address for a man whose name is unknown. A mackintosh. a coat which you wear to keep out the rain = mackintosh (mackintosh). Mac ind Óg Conchobar mac Nessa Mac Mahon Marie Edme Patrice Maurice count de
pref. common prefix for Irish and Scottish surnames
Short for Macintosh, a type of personal computer that employs a graphical user interface and is made by Apple Computer, Inc Macs use a different operating system and different application software from those used by IBM-compatible PCs Although the Macintosh is a personal computer, the designation PC traditionally refers to the IBM-compatible machines
In a WLAN network card, the MAC is radio controller protocol It corresponds to the ISO Network Model's level 2 Data Link layer The IEEE 802 11 standard specifies the MAC protocol for medium sharing, packets formats and addressing, and error detection
Media Access Control Layer 2 of the OSI model; the data link layer responsible for scheduling, transmitting and receiving data on a local area network
abbreviation, mycobacterium avium complex a disease caused by a dust particles Symptoms include weight loss, fatigue, and fever MAC is considered an AIDS-defining condition in the United States
A media-specific access control protocol within IEEE 802 specifications; currently includes variations for Token Ring, token bus, and CSMA/CD; the lower sublayer of the IEEE's link layer (OSI), which complements the Logical Link Control (LLC)
Multiply-and-Accumulate Used in Xilinx DSP applications to denote MACs per second – e g : one trillion multiply-and-accumulate operations per second (1 Tera MACs/sec) Media Access Control The lower sublayer of the OSI data link layer The interface between a node's Logical Link Control and the network's physical layer The MAC differs for various physical media
Media Access Control: IEEE specifications for the lower half of the data link layer (layer 2) that defines topology dependent access control protocols for IEEE LAN specifications
Medium Access Control
{i} guy, fellow (British slang); raincoat
(Medium Access Control): In a WLAN network card, the MAC is radio controller protocol It corresponds to the ISO Network Model's level 2 Data Link layer The IEEE 802 11 standard specifies the MAC protocol for medium sharing, packets formats and addressing, and error detection
Message Authentication Code; a code that can be used to verify the integrity of information that is transmitted over or stored in an unreliable medium
Media Access Controller
Medium Access Control A networking protocol layer that handles transmission requests, authentication and other overheads in local area networking
An acronym for Media Access Control, the globally unique hardware address of an Ethernet network interface card
MAC address
Media Access Control address. An OSI device layer address used by Ethernet, 802.11 wireless, Bluetooth, FDDI, ATM, and Fiber Channel networking technologies, all of which share the same address space, consisting of a globally unique number assigned to each network jack, wireless network radio, or other sort of network interface
MAC addresses
plural form of MAC address
Mac Arthur
A Scottish surname. The Clan MacArthur is one of the oldest of Argyll and its age is referred to in the proverb, "There is nothing older, unless the hills, MacArthur and the devil." Today it is a sept of the Clan Campbell
mac 'n' cheese
macaroni cheese
mac os
Mac OS is the trademarked name for a series of graphical user interface-based operating systems developed by Apple Inc. (formerly Apple Computer, Inc.) for their Macintosh line of computer systems. The Macintosh user experience is credited with popularizing the graphical user interface. The original form of what Apple would later name the "Mac OS" was the integral and unnamed system software first introduced in 1984 with the original Macintosh, usually referred to simply as the System software
Mac Burnet
{i} Sir Frank Burnet Macfarlane (1899-1985), Australian physician and virologist who was a pioneer in the application of ecological principles to viral diseases, winner of the 1960 Nobel prize in Physiology or Medicine for his work in the field of physiology or medicine, known also as Macfarlane
Mac the Knife
a character in The Threepenny Opera (1928), written by Bertolt Brecht with music by Kurt Weill, based on the character of Captain Macheath
Mac-attack
(Slang) strong urge to eat food from McDonald's fast food restaurant
Mac.
one of two books in the Apocrypha and the Septuagint that tells the story of the Jewish people during the Maccabean dynasty
Ailill mac Máta
In the Ulster Cycle of Irish mythology: the legendary king of Connacht and husband of Medb
Amairgin mac Echit
A poet and warrior in the Ulster Cycle. Son of Echet Salach. Husband of Findchoem and brother-in-law of Conchobar mac Nessa. Father of Conall the Victorious
Apple Mac
An Apple Macintosh computer
Big Mac
A hamburger from the fast food company McDonald's, served on a three-part bun with various condiments

But when he comes back, he'll come home from work with a poisoned Big Mac and try to do me in.

Cet mac Mágach
In the Ulster Cycle of Irish mythology, a Connacht warrior who had a rivalry with the Ulster warrior Conall the Victorious
Cethern mac Fintain
In the Ulster Cycle of Irish mythology, an Ulster warrior who assists Cúchulainn in the Táin Bó Cúailnge
Conchobar mac Nessa
The king of Ulster during the events of the Ulster Cycle, supposed to have ruled from Emain Macha somewhere around the time of Jesus Christ
Condere mac Echach
An Ulster warrior renowned for his eloquence in the Ulster Cycle of Irish mythology
Fedlimid mac Daill
Irish mythology. A harper and the chief-storyteller in the court of Conchobar mac Nessa in the Ulster Cycle of Irish mythology. Father of Deirdre
Fergus mac Róich
The former king of Ulster during the events of the Ulster Cycle, who was ticked out of kingship by Ness, who made her 7-year-old son Conchobar mac Nessa replace him as king. The foster father of Cormac Cond Longas
Fionn mac Cumhail
A legendary hunter-warrior in the Fenian Cycle of Irish mythology, also known in Scotland and Isle of Man. Born Deimne
Freddie Mac
Widely-used nickname for the Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation (FHLMC), a private, stockholder-owned corporation sponsored by the US government, established in 1968 to provide market competition for the Federal National Mortgage Association
Lugaid mac Con Roí
The one who killed Cúchulainn to avenge the death of his father Cú Roí mac Dáire. He was killed by Conall the Victorious
Mack
A diminutive of the male given name Max
Manannan mac Lir
The sea and weather god, usually counted as one of the Tuatha Dé Danann, and the husband of Fand. Given name: Orbsen or Oirbsen
mack
An individual skilled in the art of seduction using verbal skills. ie. "she left with him, he must be a true Mack" -not to be confused with a pimp whose goal is financial, although a pimp might use some of the same techniques, the two are NOT interchangeable.-
mack
A raincoat
mack
A pimp
Big Mac
{i} large hamburger sold by the McDonald's fast-food chain
Big Mac
a type of large hamburger sold in McDonald's restaurants
Conchobar mac Nessa
or Conor In ancient Irish Gaelic literature, the reputed king of the Ulaids of northeastern Ireland at the beginning of the 1st century BC. In the Ulster cycle he is the ideal Irish king. In The Book of Leinster ( 1160), Conor fell in love with the beauty Deirdre. Deirdre, however, was in love with Noísi, with whom she eloped and lived in Scotland; Conor's slaying of his rival caused a revolt in Ulster, and Deirdre killed herself
Constantine mac Cinaeda
{i} Constantine I of Scotland (836-877), King of the Scots who was a warrior king
Freddie Mac
U.S. Government-chartered corporation that purchases mortgages from lenders and reoffers them to investors as mortgage-backed securities (Finance)
Mack
American baseball player and manager (1901-1951) of the Philadelphia Athletics, which he led to nine American League pennants and five World Series championships between 1902 and 1930. another spelling of mac. Gable Daniel Mack Mack Connie Sennett Mack
Mack
variant of Mac
Mack
A man; used to address a man whose name is unknown
Marie-Edme-Patrice- Maurice count de Mac-Mahon
later duke de Magenta born July 13, 1808, Sully, France died Oct. 17, 1893, Loiret French soldier and second president (1873-79) of the Third Republic. Descended from an Irish Jacobite family, he began his army career in 1827 and distinguished himself in the Crimean War and in the Italian campaign at the Battle of Magenta (1859), after which he was made a marshal of France and duke de Magenta. He was governor-general of Algeria (1864-70) and later a commander in the Franco-Prussian War. He was appointed head of the Versailles Army, which defeated the Paris Commune in 1871. He was elected president after the resignation of Adolphe Thiers. During his term the Constitutional Laws of 1875 were promulgated. Mac-Mahon resigned following a constitutional crisis that was resolved in favour of parliamentary control of the government. Thereafter in the Third Republic, the office of president became largely honorific
Maurice count de Mac-Mahon
later duke de Magenta born July 13, 1808, Sully, France died Oct. 17, 1893, Loiret French soldier and second president (1873-79) of the Third Republic. Descended from an Irish Jacobite family, he began his army career in 1827 and distinguished himself in the Crimean War and in the Italian campaign at the Battle of Magenta (1859), after which he was made a marshal of France and duke de Magenta. He was governor-general of Algeria (1864-70) and later a commander in the Franco-Prussian War. He was appointed head of the Versailles Army, which defeated the Paris Commune in 1871. He was elected president after the resignation of Adolphe Thiers. During his term the Constitutional Laws of 1875 were promulgated. Mac-Mahon resigned following a constitutional crisis that was resolved in favour of parliamentary control of the government. Thereafter in the Third Republic, the office of president became largely honorific
freddie mac
A common nickname for the Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation
freddie mac
Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation-a federal government-sponsored enterprise which purchases mortgages made by lenders
freddie mac
Trade name for the Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation
freddie mac
Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation A US agency which purchases first mortgages on residences
freddie mac
Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation A federal agency that purchases both conventional and federally insured first mortgages from members of the Federal Reserve System and the Federal Home Loan Bank System
freddie mac
Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation (FHLM); a federally-chartered corporation that purchases residential mortgages, securitizes them, and sells them to investors; this provides lenders With funds for new homebuyers
freddie mac
a corporation authorized by Congress to provide a secondary market for residential mortgages
freddie mac
- Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation A federal agency that purchases both conventional and federally insured first mortgages from members of the Federal Reserve System and the Federal Home Loan Bank System
freddie mac
Nickname for Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation (FHLMC), a federally controlled and operated corporation to support the secondary mortgages insured by FHA or guaranteed by VA, as well as conventional home mortgages
freddie mac
Is a government overseen agency that purchases conventional mortgages from insured depository institutions and HUD-approved mortgage bankers Also Referred to as Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation
freddie mac
Nickname for Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation (FHLMC), a federally controlled and operated corporation to support the secondary mortgage market It purchases and sells residential conventional home mortgages
freddie mac
Term commonly used in referring to the Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation
freddie mac
Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation A federal Agency purchasing first mortgages, both conventional and federally insured, from members of the Federal Reserve System, and the Federal Home Loan Bank System
freddie mac
another name for the Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation (FHLMC), a quasi-governmental secondary market organization that offers various mortgage purchase and securitization programs
freddie mac
Nickname for Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation
freddie mac
A federally chartered corporation established to purchase mortgages in the secondary, or resale, market Freddie Mac's policies are designed to serve the needs of savings and loan associations It is subject to oversight by the U S Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)
freddie mac
A Congressionally chartered corporation that purchases residential mortgages in the secondary market from S&Ls, banks, and mortgage bankers and securitizes these mortgages for sale into the capital markets
freddie mac
Nickname for Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp (FHLMC), a federally controlled and operated corporation to support the secondary mortgage market It purchases and sells residential conventional home mortgages
freddie mac
The Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation A quasi-governmental agency that purchases conventional mortgages from insured depository institutions and HUD-approved mortgage bankers
freddie mac
Another government sponsored enterprise formerly called Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation (FHLMC) that purchases conventional mortgages in the secondary mortgage market It also sells and insures securities made up of pools of qualifying mortgage loans
freddie mac
Nickname for Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation (FHLMC)
freddie mac
Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation
freddie mac
A congressionally chartered, shareholder-owned company that supports the secondary market in mortgages on residential and multifamily property with mortgage purchase and securitization programs
mack
a waterproof raincoat made of rubberized fabric
mack
To seduce or flirt with
mack
To act as pimp; to pander
mack
(British) raincoat, slicker
macks
plural of mack
macs
plural of mac
pac-a-mac
(British) pack a raincoat
Türkisch - Englisch
match
keyfi sınırlı mac yöntemi
(Askeri) arbitrary boundary mac method
mac

    Türkische aussprache

    mäk

    Synonyme

    john

    Aussprache

    /ˈmak/ /ˈmæk/

    Etymologie

    [ 'mak ] (noun.) 1901. Informal diminutive of Macintosh, later adopted by Apple as a trademark.

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