(informal) an alcoholic drink that tastes like a soft drink

a British alcoholic lemonade that is 4.7 percent alcohol

There is concern that the successful marketing of alcopops to young people reduces awareness of the alcoholic content of these drinks.
Word Origin

from ‘alcohol’ and (soda) ‘pop’

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