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mack

verb; other word formation type
to hit on or flirt with a member of the preferred sex
 
Speaker used the word to convey a derogatory tone in the situation. Usually the word is not used in a respectful way toward the person being flirted with; thus, the speaker chose the word to encourage the flirtation. In a sense, it is used to make the flirter the privileged one while the flirted are itemized. It also evokes the word smack which is, in turn, connected to the word kissing. Mack is then another term in the pool of those used to refer to flirting or kissing a member of the preferred sex
Etymology : Novel word, possibly from similar sounds evoked from the word smack
Source : I saw you macking on some girls at the party last night. Rice undergraduate (November 2008)
Last modified: 3 December 2008


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