British pronunciation/mˈækɪntˌɒʃ/
American pronunciation/ˈmækənˌtɑʃ/

a long coat made of rubberized cotton that is water-resistant and keeps one dry under the rain

What is a "mackintosh"?


Mackintosh, also known as a Mac, is a type of waterproof raincoat that is typically made from rubberized fabric or a similar synthetic material. The Mackintosh was invented by Scottish chemist Charles Macintosh in the early 19th century and has since become a classic and iconic style of raincoat. Mackintosh coats are known for their distinctive style, which features a sleek and minimalist design, often with a simple button or snap closure. They are lightweight and comfortable, making them an ideal choice for rainy weather. Mackintosh coats are available in a range of colors and styles, from classic black and navy to bold and bright colors. They are a practical and stylish option for anyone looking for a durable and reliable raincoat.


a lightweight waterproof (usually rubberized) fabric

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