(Aus.) something easy to accomplish, a simple task, an easy victim.
|Popular Dict. Aus. Sl. 69: soda: (of a person) one who is an easy or suitable subject for exploitation. (2) Something easily done.|
|Lucky Palmer 245: It’ll be like soda for a hoop like you.|
|I Travelled a Lonely Land (1957) 239/1: soda – a cinch.|
|Folklore of the Aus. Pub 34: Old Nick had nine peaceful days; but on the tenth there was Jack bashing his ear on what a soda the job had been.|
|Rough Wallaby 210: A jockey was a ‘fork’ [...] a sure thing a ‘monty’ or ‘soda’.|