soft adjective (NOT HARD) translate to Mandarin Chinese
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Translation of "soft" - English-Mandarin Chinese dictionary

soft

adjective (NOT HARD)
不硬的
 
 
/sɒft/ US  /sɑːft/
not hard or firm
软的,柔软的,松软的
soft ground
松软的地面
a soft pillow/mattress
软枕头/床垫
soft cheese
软奶酪
I like chocolates with soft centres.
我喜欢软质夹心巧克力。
Soft tissue, such as flesh, allows X-rays through.
X光能穿透肌肉等软组织。
Soft and fluffy
describes things, especially parts of the body, which are not hard or rough and feel pleasant and smooth when touched
柔滑的,柔润的,柔软的
soft lips/cheeks/skin/hair
柔润的嘴唇/柔滑的双颊/柔滑的肌肤/柔顺的头发
soft leather
柔软的皮革
Soft and fluffy
informal disapproving Someone who is soft is not very healthy and strong
柔弱的,虚弱的
Look at you! You need more exercise. You're going/getting soft.
看看你!你需要多加锻炼,你的身体越来越虚弱了。
Weakness and vulnerability
softness
 
 
/ˈsɒft.nəs/ US  /ˈsɑːft-/ noun [U]
(Definition of soft adjective (NOT HARD) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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