verb - 1) for a politician, to accept bribe money to subvert an important piece of social legislation one pretends to support, (2) more broadly, to intentionally sabotage an undertaking for selfish reasons
!) "We had a chance to do something about the smog problem in this city but the mayor baucused it." 2) "he looked like he was trying to put out the fire but I think he really baucused the job because he was after the insurance money"
by Onimiadana August 22, 2009