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Mac

  1. Bulan ketiga dalam tahun Masihi yang biasanya mengandungi 31 hari antara Februari dan April.

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  • "Mac" di Pusat Rujukan Persuratan Melayu.

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Mac (plural Macs)

  1. Digunakan untuk menyapa seorang lelaki yang tiada nama.
    Have you got a light, Mac?

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  1. (nama keluarga patronimi Ireland dan Scotland) bin.

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Mac

  1. Diminutif nama berian lelaki Max.

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Dimunitif tidak formal Macintosh, kemudian diterima pakai oleh Apple sebagai cap dagangan.

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Mac (plural Macs)

  1. Sebuah komputer Macintosh (dibuat oleh Apple Computer), atau sistem pengendaliannya.
    • 1991, “Breaking Communications Barriers”, in Compute!, v 13, n 9, pp 28–31:
      Built by Matthew Weed, a blind political science and history major, and Victor Grigorieff, a computer science and psychology major, the system is based on a Macintosh IIfx, although it can run on earlier models, since each Mac program has a similar interface.
    • 1993, “The New Microprocessors Powerchips” in Popular Science, v 243, n 1, p 58:
      Apple, IBM, and Motorola have teamed up to produce this 32-bit chip that will be used in future Apple Macintoshes and IBM PCs. PowerPC systems will run Mac or Unix programs, and possibly Windows software in the future.
    • 1993, “The Newest Appliance” in U.S. News & World Report, v 115, n 21, p 90:
      If you invest the time to learn one Windows or Mac program, you'll automatically have mastered the basic skills to use hundreds of others.
    • 2007, “Uninspiring Vista”, in Technology Review, v 110, n 1, pp 72–4:
      As this shift accelerates, finding software that works with a particular operating system will be less of a concern. People will be able to base decisions about which OS to use strictly on merit, and on personal preference. For me, if the choice is between struggling to configure every feature and being able to boot up and get to work, at long last I choose the Mac.
    • 2008, Glenn Derene, “Mac VS. PC”, in Popular Mechanics, volume 185, number 5, page 86:
      Oddly, the big difference didn't come in our user ratings, where we expected the famously friendly Mac interface to shine.
      Apple's popular commercials have painted the picture in stark terms: There are two types of people, Mac people and PC people.

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