Definitions

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  • prefix A patronymic used to form common Irish and Scottish names, similar to the English -son.
  • prefix Used in combination with a non-name descriptive word to form mock names, typically as an insult.
  • prefix business McDonald's or McDonald's products, such as the McRib or McCafe
  • prefix derogatory Indicating briefness, shallowness and lack of worth, by association with McDonald's.

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Examples

  • "I have a 76-year-old client who is beginning her fourth career," Ms. Mc- Neill says.

    Know What You Are Worth to You

  • Source: Baseball Magazine August 1942, Roscoe Mc- Gowen

    The Neyer/James Guide To Pitchers

  • Source: Baseball Magazine August 1942, Roscoe Mc- Gowen

    The Neyer/James Guide To Pitchers

  • Source: Baseball Magazine August 1942, Roscoe Mc- Gowen

    The Neyer/James Guide To Pitchers

  • In one article, he leads a discussion among community organizers looking for ways to “capture a portion” of the health-care market.121 This is consistent with Mc- Knight’s idea that community organizations need to take control of the economy from below.

    Radical-In-Chief

  • In one article, he leads a discussion among community organizers looking for ways to “capture a portion” of the health-care market.121 This is consistent with Mc- Knight’s idea that community organizations need to take control of the economy from below.

    Radical-In-Chief

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