To behave with masculine courage and stamina; tough it out: I machoed it out all the way into the men’s room before I threw up (1970s+) on Hawk. It was what the gang kids called mad-dogging (1990s+ Street talk)
[mak-pee-lah] /mækˈpi lɑ/ noun 1. the site of a cave, probably in the ancient city of Hebron, where Abraham, Sarah, Rebekah, Isaac, Jacob, and Leah were buried. Gen. 23:19; 25:9; 49:30; 50:13. portion; double cave, the cave which Abraham bought, together with the field in which it stood, from Ephron the Hittite, for a family […]
[muh-kree, muh-khree] /məˈkri, məˈxri/ noun, Irish English. 1. my dear. /məˈkriː/ adjective 1. (postpositive) (Irish) my dear: mother machree Irish expression, 1829, from Irish-Gaelic mo chroidhe “(of) my heart,” hence “my dear!”
[mak] /mæk/ noun, Psychology. 1. a scale that measures how much deceit and manipulation one will approve or condone in order to achieve some end.
/ˈmɑːxtˌpɒlɪtiːk/ noun 1. power politics