There are 2 definitions of soca in English:

soca

Syllabification: so·ca
Pronunciation: /ˈsōkə
 
/

noun

  • Calypso music with elements of soul, originally from Trinidad.
    More example sentences
    • Music trucks blasted as they moved at what seemed like one mile an hour as the revelers gyrated to soca rhythms.
    • The basis of this performance highlighted the range of products at Courts and she danced to a popular Christmas soca song.
    • After spending Carnival season 2005 in Port-of-Spain, I just might be able to recite all the lyrics of the top ten soca songs upon request.

Origin

1970s: blend of soul and calypso.

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There are 2 definitions of soca in English:

SOCA

Line breaks: SOCA
Pronunciation: /ˈsɒkə/

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abbreviation

  • (In the UK) serious and organized crime agency.

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