- garden vegetables
- stewed fruit or preserves
- Informal impudent talk
Origin of sassvariant, variety of sauce
transitive verbsassed, sass·ing, sass·es
Origin of sassBack-formation from sassy
(third-person singular simple present sasses, present participle sassing, simple past and past participle sassed)
- (US) To talk, to talk back.
Variant of sauce
sass - Computer Definition
(1) See SAS.
(2) (Syntactically Awesome StyleSheets) A scripting language that generates CSS style sheets for Web pages. Sass makes it easier to develop CSS files, and the Sass interpreter turns the SassScript language into CSS code. Sass originally used indents to separate code, while the second-generation SCSS uses braces and semicolons, more like CSS. See Cascading Style Sheets.