Definition of Mazak in English:

Mazak

(also mazac, mazak)

noun

Engineering
  • Any of a series of alloys of zinc and aluminium containing a very small proportion of magnesium and sometimes also other metals, used for die-casting.

Origin

1930s. From m- + a- + z- + -ak, arbitrary ending, after earlier Zamak. Originally a trade name.

Pronunciation

Mazak

/ˈmazak/