TEM4 IELTS GRE
来自该防雨材料的发明者19世纪苏格兰工程师Charles Macintosh.其字面意思是Son of the chieftain,来自Mac-,儿子，toisich,首领，领头的人。
- mackintosh:  The rubberized material from which this waterproof coat was originally made was invented in the early 1820s by the British chemist Charles Macintosh (1766–1843). His name (misspelled with a k) is first recorded as being applied to the coat in 1836. The abbreviated form mac (or occasionally mack) dates from around the turn of the 20th century.
- mackintosh (n.)
- waterproof outer coat, 1836, named for Charles Macintosh (1766-1843), inventor of a waterproofing process (patent #4804, June 17, 1823). The surname is from Gaelic Mac an toisich "Son of the chieftain."
- 1. A grey mackintosh was folded over her arm.
- 2. Alexander took off his black mackintosh.
- 3. The winners are as follows: E. Walker; R. Foster; R. Gates; A. Mackintosh.
- 4. The slimy pavement looked like a wet mackintosh.
- 5. Thank you for your lending me your mackintosh.
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