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1. Used to acknowledge a statement said by another.
2. Used to agree with another.

See Also: Fo Real
Student 1: Teacher always gotta be on my case. Its gettin' racial up in this piece.
Student 2: Oh, true dat, true dat. She be rollin' like she own tha mo fo.
Student 1: Fo real, shawty
by Uncle Benz September 09, 2003
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Basically hooking up wit someone but you ain't tryna let no one know who it is. IF YOU LET PEOPLE KNOW IT AINT NO SNEAKY LINK ๐Ÿง ๐Ÿง โ™€๏ธ.
" My sneaky link REARRANGED me last night y'all don't even know ๐Ÿ˜ซ"

"I mean my sneaky link got a girl but he don't even think he straight ๐Ÿง "

"Are you dumb why'd you think I'd tell you their name? Dumbass it's called sneaky link for a reason."
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an expression of enthusiastic agreement.
a: "this cat's wrinkling up my fresh gear!"
b: "truedat!"
by sv-1 December 12, 2004
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meaning 1: that is true. Replaces "word" or "word up" in urban slang.
meaning 2: how a Milwaukeean says "threw that."
meaning 3: an instruction given to a bike repairman concerning an out-of-alignment wheel.
1: ike: man, something smells bad in here!
mike: true dat! but he who smelled it ,dealt it.
2: Dat pile of trash? I true dat in da garbage yesterday, hey.
3: pat:my bike wheel is a little bent!
matt: yeah, we can true dat. it'll roll straight as an arrow.
by earpuller September 20, 2005
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Meaning:
A) to agree with
B) most definately
C) without a doubt
Meaning A:
K: My momma hates it when you eat all our food and never stay at your house.
A: True dat.

Meaning B:
K: Are you sure you want to drive my brother's car while he's out of town on business?
A: True dat.

Meaning C:
K: Your grades are slipping because you stay high all the time!
A: True dat.
by Merriweather July 13, 2006
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A resort to a colloquilaism as a way of acknowledging someone's point in web conversation in a friendly way. This avoids the ambiguous emotions of simply "True", which can seem perfunctory or snide without hearing the tone of voice of the speaker.
Joe: The U.S. did not even enter World War I until 1917.
Fred: True Dat.
by E-kmo October 31, 2007
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