MacBook

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EtymologyEdit

A trademark; apparently a blend of Macintosh and notebook.

NounEdit

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MacBook (plural MacBooks)

  1. A MacBook-brand notebook computer, manufactured by Apple Computer.
    • 2006, Maria Langer & Miraz Jordan, Wordpress 2, page 135
      Hooo, boy! Sometimes I just can't let things rest. I have the new MacBook Pro.
    • 2007, Paul Ruditis, Everyone's a Critic, Simon and Schuster, ISBN 1416933921, page 52
      The faux hippie dude working on his top-of-the-line seventeen-inch MacBook Pro looked way annoyed.
    • 2007 November 11, Jay McInerney, “Faking It”, New York Times
      In Bayard's nonreading utopia the printing press would never have been invented, let alone penicillin or the MacBook.
    • 2008, Stephen James and David Thomas, How to Hit a Curve Ball, Grill the Perfect Steak, and Become a Real Man, Tyndale House Publishers, ISBN 1414318626, page 114
      I felt like such a wimp, sitting there with my MacBook and a 2 percent, decaf latte.
    • 2008 March 18, “Now Blogging: Israel's Secret Service”, Bryant Park Project, National Public Radio
      Now, normally, you would trip, you'd get back up, but apparently he was carrying his fancy new MacBook Air, and he was trying to save the MacBook Air from falling []
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English MacBook

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MacBook m

  1. MacBook

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MacBook m (plural MacBooks)

  1. MacBook (device)
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