Definition of pakamac in English:

pakamac

Line breaks: paka|mac
Pronunciation: /ˈpakəmak
 
/
(also trademark pacamac)

noun

British
A kind of lightweight plastic raincoat that can be folded up into a small pack when not required.
More example sentences
  • The Pacamac was in vogue in the 1960s.
  • The pacamac is attached to a small case made of the suitcase material into which it folds for storage.

Origin

1950s: phonetic respelling of pack a mac.

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