Definition of mack in English:

mack

noun

North American
informal
  • A confident, successful man who has many sexual partners.

    • ‘He has at one time or another promoted an image of a pimp daddy mack, a dope peddler, a businessman, a political teacher, a gangsta, and a revolutionary.’
    • ‘Handsome Chris, a player and mack of the highest order, needs no help from me.’
    • ‘Not that I had ever dated many girls (two to be exact), so not being a total ‘Mack’ was not a complete surprise to my parents.’
    • ‘Distinguishing himself even further from the new-school wannabes, he projected across the back wall a live, up-close feed of his fleet-fingered hands working the decks, just so you could see what a total mack he is.’
    • ‘And it is not just the mack who is revived, but the women who will do anything for him, including sell their bodies.’

Origin

Late 19th century (in sense ‘a pimp’): shortened from mackerel ‘pimp’, or directly from French maquereau.

Pronunciation

mack

/mak/