Esoke means "it's ok," "it's alright," "no worries."
Pronounced eh-soh-kay. This
word originated by Mexican immigrants in the United
States. Esoke may also be a spanglish combination of "es" meaning "is" in Spanish along with the English phrase, "OK."
You didn't know what esoke means? Esoke man! You can just
look it up on urban
Jefe: "Pedro, we need you to work all seven days
this week. Is that alright?"
Jefe: "Are you sure?"
Pedo: "Yeah, esoke."