To sauce means to give someone something they want without asking for anything in return. Baiscally to give someone somthing.
*Tom has french fries*
Bobby: Yo Tom sauce me a frie
Tom: Ight *gives Bobby a frie*

Girl#1: Omg Mr.J like totally sauced me those grades, Im pretty sure I failed
Girl#2: Yasss betch yass
作者 Bambino5298 2015年12月01日
Something that is good. Anything to someone's liking.
My niggas' mixtape dropped. Shits Sauce bro.
Ayo got a new dealer. Shits mad sauce
作者 Ishyoboy 2015年3月30日
Irish slang for alcohol
Are you around for sauce at the weekend?

I had a rake of sauce at the match there

Jesus you can't bate the sauce
作者 lalalalalalalalaalala 2014年7月04日
Sauce is another word for style or swag
I like his sauce

He's saucey ,he's saucen on you !!!

Dnino got the sauce ...
作者 Dnino 2016年4月20日
Among other meanings, depending on context, it is a term from the 1980's used to announce that someone has just been dissed, or in other words got told a good comeback. The word seems to be currently making a comeback. It is similar and interchangeable with diss, burn, owned, ect.. usually pronounced with a long A sound, like "sahss".
Bystanders overheaing you getting dissed will say "Oh dang, you got sauced!" or "Oooo sauce!"
作者 JJdolly 2013年12月30日
Crossing someone up in basketball ; taking someones ankles.
OMG, he gave him the sauce so bad he fell.
作者 notamonster 2013年1月01日
This word may be used as a noun, adjective, adverb, verb, exclamation, or expletive.

It is literally the most versatile word in the english language.

You use this word when you are struggling to find the appropriate word, when you think the appropriate word might be too harsh, when you are trying to convey the grandeur of some event, and whenever you want to spice up the conversation a little.

You can never overuse "sauce"

Origins: This use of "sauce" is thought to have originated in Colorado and spread throughout the United States through extensive use by T2.
I just got saucing sauced by my saucy teacher with the sauce. Sauce me sideways!
作者 moneydawg95 2011年3月29日
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