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1.
In British English, a Police Community Support Officer (PCSO). Derrived from the fact that they hold a lower status and range of powers than full police officers, and are regarded by some as not to be taken as seriously.
A: Look, there's police over there.
B: No, that's just soya.
A: What?
B: Soya bacon.
A: What?
B: It's a PCSO. They ain't real pig.
by Aoife303 August 12, 2008
 
2.
Amongst the more common of us Brits (chavs) , soya is used to mean "Sort your life out"

Anyone heard saying this phrase must be laughed at and also needs to sort their life out !

Although it means sort YOUR life out, it can be used in third person, e.g. he needs to soya (sort HIS life out)
Person A) You're an arsehole

Person B) SOYA !

Person A) LOL you chav
by YouNeedToSoya=) May 27, 2009
 
3.
Word used by uppity British people when they're talking about soy.
Paul: I just tried soya sauce last night and it was delicious!
Tyrone: Soya? Wtf you talkin bout, nigga?
by Frank Lalalalalla January 30, 2008
 
4.
an adverb used to modify an adjective, usually meaning great. used mainly by annoying 4th years in big belfast schools.

origin: when examining a bottle of soya milk, someone said "that's soya good!"
"soya bant"

"she's soya hot"
by Wilfy November 25, 2006
 
5.
S.O.Y.A Speaking Out Your Ass.

Use as a reply to people who speak as they have proof or studies the subject yet when ask for proof they either say look it up yourself or deflect for the question.
The sky is blue be cause of all the dye that the government puts in the water.

Can you prove that?

Look it up yourself I am to busy to supply proof and you wouldn't believe me anyway.

Oh that must be a S.O.Y.A theory.
by shadowdragon3050 October 16, 2014